I am making a small database using excel VBA. Part of the program is having the user put in values to be added to specific accounts and then the user gets to select whether the value is a debit or a credit. I am trying to get a function that will add the total amounts of debits and display that in one box and then the total credits in another box. However, the program is displaying incorrect values.
I dropped out of high school. im 19 years old i plan on attend community college and getting a high GPA. then transfer to a university. but really if i do this whats my chances of even getting a good job if i dont go to ivy league. everyone on wall street is ivy league. how can i ever get a good paying job.. and end up in a good enough college to land me a good education? would a high GPA in CC really change everything?
I'm recently out of the military and not sure of exactly what career path I want to pursue. I have a degree in communications, but I know the job market is scarce and I'll try anything.
I observe the phrase "advanced Excel Skills" very frequently while browsing job search sites, etc. I know how to use the statistical packages, financial packages, etc. When an employer is looking for someone with "advanced Excel Skills", what does that company desire?
I am trying to write a VBA batch process routine like this, Open multiple files, then process each file one by one. I was stucked here, how to open a file( filename already know) and turn it as currentDB. Please help. Thanks a lot.
Hi i was wondering what do you think is the best programming language to use that if you understand it fully can get you a job with it in the future? What is the most used? Besides java what else is there? I started python but have been told that not that much is used with it? What are your opinions?
I'd like to build a frontend for Excel, which shows (full screen) at an exhibition, so that people walking past can just type in their name and email address, and it will be entered into the appropriate columns in my Excel sheet.
Not sure if this would require VBA or if it be made really quite simple?
Submit button / Hit return
Any ideas people? Thanks in advance!
My husband died 1/30 of this year from stomach cancer; I applied for the surviving spouse benefits on 3/3 and haven't heard anything. I've checked the VA website and with the VA office and can't get a time limit. I lost my job two years ago; and need to know when I will get these benefits asap!! Please help, if anyone knows how long it takes?
My skill set is a little behind the curve (VBA, MS Access, decent SQL, limited Java) but I have a real aptitude for programming and everything I have learned has been on-the-job. How do I land a job in this situation? I basically need someone to give me a chance to come on board and learn for a short period of time before becoming an real asset. How do I beg without begging on my cover letter?
I currently have a BS in Business Administration. Most of job experience have been working with reports, developing MS Access mdb, and new system implementations. I've never taken the time learn code or more advanced database skills. I am currently unemployed and am looking to learn the 21st Century business technology.
I NEED A JOB... and will do what it takes to get one! Period!
I'm taking a Computer Science class in college right now, so that's why I need to download one or the either. The prof mentioned we need MO 10, but wouldn't OpenOffice do the same job? Or is it organized differently (the layout) than MO?
I've actually already got the pirated version of MO 10, but I was wondering which is the better idea here. (Another reason against the pirated MO is that I'd need to stop it from updating, because it could blow my cover)
I'm interested in computers and what makes them work but I also would be interested in learning about finance and economics and possibly pursuing a career with that. Please help if you know anything about either of these such as how much money I could potentially make, job opportunities, what each will be like, recommended amount of schooling, etc. Thanks.
I am self-employed and work at home alone doing incredibly mind-numbing repetitious work on my computer for many years now. I have complete control over my environment - I can even watch movies in my home office while I work, or eat, drink, whatever...but the boredom is overwhelming at this point. Switching occupations is out of the question at this point in my life and I must 'soldier-on' with what I am doing. How do I keep from going stark-raving mad from boredom and still continue to make a living on this blasted machine? How do YOU cope with this? For those that haven't experienced this burnout yet you won't be able to help me. I need advice from someone that has reached the bottom and climbed back out - this kind of boredom on the job is more serious than people realize.
The job has been listed as the 33rd best job in America but what exactly does a Securities Trader do? What college experience does one usually have to obtain a rewarding career?
I want to become a computer engineer, I'm currently learning A+ from TestOut's CompTIA's A+ program.
What are the requirments of becomming a computer engineer?
What math level do I need and crap like that?
Where can I find a computer engineering job? (Near San Jose)
Are there any programs(not books) out there that can help me? (Even ones that you have to buy)
I want to be a hardware engineer, where I design parts and build them and crap.
I got a small office job removing all words from a word document and leaving all the emails. I wanted to know if there is any way I can get the document to show only the emails/hyperlinks instead of having to seek each and every email one by one. Then cutting and pasting onto a whole new document. I need answers ASAP please help me!
Is there a recruitment agency that finds jobs that you can do at home or are there any suggestions on what types of work can be done. I have previous experience in bookkeeping, administration and computer programming (VB, VBA and C++, but no practical experience in C++). I have seen some web sites but they sound like they are simply sales with commissions only which are dodgy (you know when they say "YOU CAN EARN 100K PER YEAR!!!")
I moved from Australia to Italy and want to either find a remote job in Australia or Britain that I can do here??? It would be great to get jobs in Australia because the pay is 3 times more for the same job that I would do here in Italy :)
Or should i learn Visual Basic too, Should i learn visual basic before vba or is there some other way. Kindly advice. Also will C# help me in anyway?
I graduated with a business degree and am currently unemployed. I worked for about 10 month as a stock broker and got my series 7/63 but all the cold calling just wasn't for me, I wanted a more hands on job in finance like a financial analyst or a trader. The job market is really competitive so I wanted to take this free unemployment time I have to make myself more desirable to employers by learning a skill like vba, sql or java to help land my dream job. Which skill would help boost my resume the most?
My company is looking to hire a guy for AutoCAD development and automation. i have used AutoCAD since version 2.1 in the late 80's, however my programing skills are limited. My company has asked me to help with writing a job description and a add for the position, and i am asking for help here. I know they need to be fluent in VBA and vlisp, but is there other requirement that should be highlighted? other skills that are important? we hope to not only automoate autoCAD internally but also to have it comunicate with a SQL Database.
any and all help apreciated. links certainly welcome.
thanks to everyone in advance.