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Posted October 5, 2007
VB programming inside Excel
Excel is really Visual Basic with a powerful, though specialised, user interface. Where the latter is a spreadsheet. Of course, if you are an Excel user, you likely think of it primarily as a spreadsheet. But the lessons in this book show that Excel can be very flexible, if you are willing to write simple VB programs. The lessons are formatted as 2 pages each. Brief. Examples include being able to access the file system, to delete files. But most of the examples naturally pertain to manipulating objects within a spreadsheet. Like changing properties of an object. Or creating it in the first place. The pedagogy also includes generous numbers of screen captures, for easier uptake. The only drawback is that the author's format (or rather this series' format) of explaining each lesson in 2 pages means that more advanced functionality is not described.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted July 23, 2009
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