Microsoft Excel

Build Pivot Tables Using VBA

Version 5 of Excel introduced a powerful new macro language called Visual Basic for Application (VBA). Every copy of Excel shipped since 1993 has had a copy of the powerful VBA language hiding behind the worksheets.

Enable VBA in Your Copy of Excel

If you are using Excel 2000 or newer, VBA may be disabled. Before you can start using VBA, you need to enable macros on the Security dialog box. From the application menu, choose Tools, Macro, Security. Set the macro security level to medium. This will allow VBA macros to run, but you will have to explicitly enable them when you open Excel.

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