I want to learn to make program using VBA for Microstation. I would prefer to learn VBA not MDL since I would use that language or Excel or any other windows programs. I found a college coarse for Introductory to VBA. Which is not geared to any one windows program like Microstation. I assume this is not the best coarse to teach me how to program for Microstation. Any advise what kind of coarse I should be looking for, maybe VB scripting? I am not quite clear what is the difference between VBA vs VB scripting. Maybe some kind of training book instead?
I want to automate some routine task we do in Microstation. I have learned to program from a book before, with AutoLisp (autocad), which I greatly enjoyed. So I have some experience in programming. I am hoping to ideally spend 40hours learning VBA through a coarse or book, not sure if that is realistic. Any advise of what kind of coarse or book. If VBA scrip is the way for me, where can I find a coarse or which tutorial book would you recommend. Thanks.
Actually, there are onDemand eLearning courses for MicroStation VBA -- those can be found starting on http://www.bentley.com/en-US/Training/Products/Resources/Books/
More details on the "Learning MicroStation VBA" Bentley Institute book mentioned can be found on http://www.bentley.com/en-US/Training/Products/Resources/Books/Learning+MicroStation+VBA.htm
I could not find a VBA online course, I found many other topics but not VBA. I toward taking the online course. Does the on line course include online assistance with the VBA exercises? Also, do you get some kind of college credit upon completion of test?
Here is one way to find those: