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VBA and Macros: Microsoft Excel 2010

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 28, 2014

    I buy quite a few books on software training. This book rates i

    I buy quite a few books on software training. This book rates in the 2-star area and that might be a generous rating. It's frustrating that the authors, who have genuine God-like credentials, can't understand that the novice programmer needs to be provided with thorough, meticulous context. I would give up on one context-deficient section only to go on to the next section that was no better. Someone needs to tell these people you have to sit down with a novice programmer once in a while to review the thoroughness of your step-by-step instructions. Outside of its semi-adequate section to explain the A1 vs R1C1 cell referencing dilemma, I'm not sure what else I learned from this book. In the meantime, I found the 2010 Excel VBA programming book from John Walkenbach to be comparatively supreme at about 1/3 of the way into the book. I got a chance to look at some of the Walkenbach book in Barnes&Noble before purchasing. For another $10(Nook version)--wow!--it's a hundred dollar improvement in the quality of VBA instruction at least at my beginner-level disposition. Of note, a 2013 Excel VBA version of the Walkenbach book is now available and I'm hoping the quality will be as good as the 2010 version.

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