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    I've just bought a book on VBA excel for beginners, it's a very good book and goes through many of the basics of VBA programming in excel, but what I really want is some structured problems (with solutions) for VBA Excel, so that I can actually practice writing the code, obviously reading a book that tells you what different commands do is only so good, you need to actually do it. Online tutorials welcome, a quick google and amazon search didn't bring up anything that seemed useful.

    Any help much appreciated.
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    (Original post by Barny)
    I've just bought a book on VBA excel for beginners, it's a very good book and goes through many of the basics of VBA programming in excel, but what I really want is some structured problems (with solutions) for VBA Excel, so that I can actually practice writing the code, obviously reading a book that tells you what different commands do is only so good, you need to actually do it. Online tutorials welcome, a quick google and amazon search didn't bring up anything that seemed useful.

    Any help much appreciated.
    Hey there, I too want to learn VBA skills etc to prep me up for IB, which book did you buy? I bought Excel 2007 Bible and i think its quite good so far.

    Cheers
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    This guy seems to have some tutorials with solutions. He gets more advanced here (MC, BS pricing etc). [Not checked his code for quality.]

    There is also a bunch of pre-written code at QuantCode.

    Other than that I can only suggest coding stuff out of a mathematical finance book and checking the computed answers against the solutions.
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    Hmm, I wasn't really wanting it for Mathematical Finance but those examples are useful none the less, anyone know of anything similar?

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