Excel 2003 Power Programming with VBA [NOOK Book]

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"Today, no accomplished Excel programmer can afford to be without John’s book. The value of Excel 2003 Power Programming with VBA is double most other books–simultaneously the premier reference and best learning tool for Excel VBA."
—Loren Abdulezer, Author of Excel Best Practices for Business

Everything you need to know about:

  • Creating stellar UserForms and custom dialog ...
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Excel 2003 Power Programming with VBA

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Overview

"Today, no accomplished Excel programmer can afford to be without John’s book. The value of Excel 2003 Power Programming with VBA is double most other books–simultaneously the premier reference and best learning tool for Excel VBA."
—Loren Abdulezer, Author of Excel Best Practices for Business

Everything you need to know about:

  • Creating stellar UserForms and custom dialog box alternatives
  • Working with VBA subprocedures and function procedures
  • Incorporating event-handling and interactions with other applications
  • Building user-friendly toolbars, menus, and help systems
  • Manipulating files and Visual Basic® components
  • Understanding class modules
  • Managing compatibility issues

Feel the power of VBA and Excel

No one can uncover Excel’s hidden capabilities like "Mr. Spreadsheet" himself. John Walkenbach begins this power user’s guide with a conceptual overview, an analysis of Excel application development, and a complete introduction to VBA. Then, he shows you how to customize Excel UserForms, develop new utilities, use VBA with charts and pivot tables, create event-handling applications, and much more. If you’re fairly new to Excel programming, here’s the foundation you need. If you’re already a VBA veteran, you can start mining a rich lode of programming ideas right away.

CD-ROM Includes

  • Trial version of the author’s award-winning Power Utility Pak
  • Over one hundred example Excel workbooks from the book

System Requirements: PC running Windows® 2000 SP3 or later, or Windows XP™ or later. Microsoft Excel 2003. See the "What’s on the CD" Appendix for details and complete system requirements.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781118043974
  • Publisher: Wiley
  • Publication date: 6/28/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 1056
  • File size: 40 MB
  • Note: This product may take a few minutes to download.

Meet the Author

John Walkenbach, principal of JWalk and Associates Inc., is a leading authority on spreadsheet software and creator of the award-winning Power Utility Pak. He has written more than 30 spreadsheet books and more than 300 articles and reviews for publications including PC World, InfoWorld, and Windows, and maintains the popular Spreadsheet Page at www.j-walk.com/ss.
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Table of Contents

Preface.

Acknowledgments.

Part I: Some Essential Background.

Chapter 1: Excel 2003: Where It Came From.

Chapter 2: Excel in a Nutshell.

Chapter 3: Formula Tricks and Techniques.

Chapter 4: Understanding Excel’s Files.

Part II: Excel Application Development.

Chapter 5: What Is a Spreadsheet Application?

Chapter 6: Essentials of Spreadsheet Application Development.

Part III: Understanding Visual Basic for Applications.

Chapter 7: Introducing Visual Basic for Applications.

Chapter 8: VBA Programming Fundamentals.

Chapter 9: Working with VBA Sub Procedures.

Chapter 10: Creating Function Procedures.

Chapter 11: VBA Programming Examples and Techniques.

Part IV: Working with UserForms

Chapter 12: Custom Dialog Box Alternatives.

Chapter 13: Introducing UserForms.

Chapter 14: UserForm Examples.

Chapter 15: Advanced UserForm Techniques.

Part V: Advanced Programming Techniques.

Chapter 16: Developing Excel Utilities with VBA.

Chapter 17: Working with Pivot Tables.

Chapter 18: Working with Charts.

Chapter 19: Understanding Excel’s Events.

Chapter 20: Interacting with Other Applications.

Chapter 21: Creating and Using Add-Ins.

Part VI: Developing Applications.

Chapter 22: Creating Custom Toolbars.

Chapter 23: Creating Custom Menus.

Chapter 24: Providing Help for Your Applications.

Chapter 25: Developing User-Oriented Applications.

Part VII: Other Topics.

Chapter 26: Compatibility Issues.

Chapter 27: Manipulating Files with VBA.

Chapter 28: Manipulating Visual Basic Components.

Chapter 29: Understanding Class Modules.

Chapter 30: Frequently Asked Questions about Excel Programming.

Part VIII: Appendixes.

Appendix A: Excel Resources Online.

Appendix B: VBA Statements and Functions Reference.

Appendix C: VBA Error Codes.

Appendix D: What’s on the CD-ROM.

Index.

End-User License Agreement.

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