Over in the P5 forum there is a thread dealing with the trials of the non-coders. It seems most of us do pencil and paper work. Some of those would like to switch to computers but the time involved in leaning how to do just a few things is too much of a burden on what little time they have each day. One member has offered to begin VBA lessons on his blog. I have suggested that he do so; we could use the help.
I am not a professional VBA programmer by any means. I know what I want to do and how to do most of it. Someone (anyone!) with more knowledge than I is welcome to begin such a course. But if no one has stepped forward by the middle of December, then I am going to tell everyone what little I know and how to program in Excel using VBA.
There will be a lot I don't know for I am not concerned about pivot tables, drop down boxes, pop up windows, and the like. All I ask of my programs is find the number set that matches a certain parameter. This I can do.
So, let's hope someone with more knowledge than I about Excel comes forth. Learning from me is the last thing anyone should do but will be better that not learning at all.