Gives programmers, software developers, and advanced users of Microsoft Office applications, all the key concepts necessary to write VBA programs for the new Office "X" Fully updated to cover all the changes in the newest release of Office, VBA (Visual Basic for Applications) is the primary development tool for all applications in the Microsoft Office suite - Access, Excel, and Word - and according to Microsoft, more than 2.6 million programmers currently use VBA. Since VBA is also licensed to other software developers and vendors, it is built into some non-Microsoft, third-party software; programs that include VBA can be tailored to fit specific business needs. Shows programmers how to build applications with VBA, and covers all the essentials, including VBA visual programming tools, recording and modifying macros, basic VBA programming, running VBA programs, using the VBA Editor, debugging and error trapping, plus more advanced topics, such as built-in VBA commands and working with objects. The author has written and/or cowritten more than fifty-eight technology books.
John Paul Mueller is a technical editor and consultant. He has authored or coauthored 58 books and more than 200 articles on everything from database management to artificial intelligence.
Table of Contents
Introduction. Part I: An Overview of VBA. Chapter 1: Getting to Know VBA. Chapter 2: Your First VBA Program. Part II: Learning the Ropes. Chapter 3: Writing Structured VBA Programs. Chapter 4: Storing and Modifying Information. Chapter 5: Creating Structured Programs. Chapter 6: Trapping Errors and Squashing Bugs. Chapter 7: Interacting with the User. Part III: Expanding Your VBA Horizons. Chapter 8: Object--Oriented Programming. Chapter 9: Working with Arrays and Collections. Chapter 10: Working with Disk Files. Chapter 11: VBA Programming with XML. Part IV: Programming for Applications. Chapter 12: VBA Programming in Office. Chapter 13: VBA Programming in Word. Chapter 14: VBA Programming in Excel. Chapter 15: VBA Programming in Access. Chapter 16: Applications that Work Together. Part V: The Part of Tens. Chapter 17: Ten Really Cool Things You Can Do with VBA. Chapter 18: Ten Kinds of VBA Resources. Index.
VBA For Dummies by John Paul Mueller
John Paul Mueller
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