Excel 2007 VBA Macro Programming [NOOK Book]

Overview

Develop custom Excel VBA macros



Perfect for power users, this practical resource reveals how to maximize the features and functionality of Excel 2007. You'll get in-depth details on Excel VBA programming and application development followed by 21 real-world projects--complete with source code--that show you how to set up specific subroutines and functions. The book then explains how to include the ...

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Excel 2007 VBA Macro Programming

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Overview

Develop custom Excel VBA macros



Perfect for power users, this practical resource reveals how to maximize the features and functionality of Excel 2007. You'll get in-depth details on Excel VBA programming and application development followed by 21 real-world projects--complete with source code--that show you how to set up specific subroutines and functions. The book then explains how to include the subroutines in the Excel menu system and transform a set of interrelated VBA macros into an Excel add-in package. Create your own Excel 2007 VBA macros right away with help from this hands-on guide.



Excel 2007 VBA Macro Programming shows you how to:



  • Write and debug VBA code

  • Create custom dialog boxes and buttons

  • Maximize the Excel object model

  • Write code to interact with a database

  • Add functionality to your programs with API calls

  • Insert class modules

  • Develop custom menus for the Ribbon

  • Animate objects in Excel

  • Create and manipulate Pivot Tables in VBA

  • Expand calculation and search functions

  • Create full-fledged Excel add-ins

  • Use VBA to work with XML files

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780071627016
  • Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education
  • Publication date: 9/24/2009
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Edition number: 2
  • Pages: 416
  • Sales rank: 674,958
  • File size: 8 MB

Meet the Author

Richard Shepherd is a qualified accountant who has spent the last 20 years developing computer software in blue-chip organizations. He is the author of the previous edition of this book.

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Table of Contents

Part I. Programming in Excel VBA; Ch. 1. The Basics; Ch. 2. Variables, Arrays, Constants, and Data Types; Ch. 3. Modules, Functions, and Subroutines; Ch. 4. Programming Basics: Decisions and Looping; Ch. 5. Strings and Functions and Message Boxes; Ch. 6. Operators; Ch. 7. Debugging; Ch. 8. Errors and the Error Function; Ch. 9. Dialogs; Ch. 10. Common Dialog Control; Ch. 11. Command Bars and Buttons; Part II. Object Models; Ch. 12. The Excel Object Model; Ch. 13. The Excel Object Model--Main Objects; Ch. 14. Using Excel to Interact with Other Office Programs; Ch. Part III. Advanced Techniques in Excel VBA; Ch. 15. Charts and Graphs; Ch. 16. Working with Databases; Ch. 17. API Calls; Ch. 18. Class Modules; Ch. 19. Animation; Ch. 20. Working with XML Files; Ch. 21. The Ribbon; Ch. 22. Pivot Tables; Part IV. VBA in Action; Ch. 23. Converting Labels to Numbers and Numbers to Labels; Ch. 24. Transposing a Range of Cells; Ch. 25. Adding Formula Details into Comments; Ch. 26. Calculating a Range; Ch. 27. Reversing a Label; Ch. 28. Who Created the Workbook; Ch. 29. Evaluating a Cell; Ch. 30. Sorting Worksheets into Alphabetical Order; Ch. 31. Replacing Characters in a String; Ch. 32. Timed Events; Ch. 33. Auto-Totaling a Matrix of Numbers; Ch. 34. Absolute and Relative Formulas; Ch. 35. Coloring Alternate Rows and Columns of the Spreadsheet; Ch. 36. Coloring Cells Containing Formulas; Ch. 37. Summing Cells by Reference to a Master Cell; Ch. 38. Globally Changing a Range of Values; Ch. 39. Displaying Hidden Sheets Without a Password; Ch. 40. Searching Multiple Sheets and Workbooks; Ch. 41. Brighten Up Your Comments; Ch. 42. Importing a CSV File Containing Leading Zeros; Ch. 43. Working with Shapes; Ch. 44. Turning Your VBA Code into a Add-In; Appendix. ASCII Character Codes; Index
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 11, 2009

    Excellent - well worth the money!

    Clear and concise and peppered with loads of practical examples for the reader to do. Well laid out and very easy to follow. This has brought me up to speed on Excel 2007 VBA.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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