From the Developer Tab, click Visual Basic on the left side of your window.
Quick Tip: Launch your Visual Basic Editor with the keyboard shortcut Alt+F11.
Following these steps will open your Visual Basic Editor, which is shown below.
In the next lesson, I’ll teach you how to create your first macro.
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