Special Edition Using Visual Basic for Applications 5, with CD-ROM

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Overview

VBA is a growing market since its recent inclusion in Access; and for the first time, VBA is uniform to all Office Applications. Power users must have this essential core tutorial for developing custom VBA solutions within the Microsoft Office environment. In-depth back office strategies include large scale and network applications, SQL Server solutions, Internet strategies, and more.
  • Provides a complete set of tools that help users write, debug, and distribute custom business solutions
  • Extensive coverage of application and database development and well as VBA in the enterprise
  • CD-ROM includes all code examples from the book, a collection of shareware and VBA routines, and VBA Custom Controls
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780789709592
  • Publisher: Que
  • Publication date: 1/28/1997
  • Series: Special Edition Using Series
  • Edition description: BK&CD ROM
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 816
  • Product dimensions: 7.39 (w) x 9.10 (h) x 2.04 (d)

Table of Contents

I Getting to Know Visual Basic for Applications
1 Introducing Visual Basic for Applications 11
2 Understanding How to Build Software Applications 23
3 Working in the VBA Editor 43
II Learning to Program with Visual Basic for Applications
4 Programming in VBA 83
5 Understanding Variables, Data Types, and Constants 117
6 Understanding and Working with Objects 139
7 Learning How to Use Controls in VBA Applications 163
8 Working with Additional Controls 195
9 Debugging and Error Handling 205
III Programming Applications with VBA
10 Programming Excel with VBA 229
11 Programming Word with VBA 273
12 Programming Outlook with VBA 295
13 Programming Access with VBA 315
14 Programming PowerPoint with VBA 365
15 Programming Project with VBA 395
16 Programming the Microsoft Office Binder 437
17 Programming Command Bars 467
18 Programming the Office Assistant 489
IV Using VBA with the World Wide Web
19 Automated Web Publishing with VBA 505
V Advanced VBA Topics
20 Working with Databases 527
21 Using the Win32 API with VBA 555
22 Securing Your VBA Projects 579
23 Building VBA Help 597
VI Techniques from the Pros
24 Internet and Intranet Strategies 621
25 Implementing Internet and Intranet Security 639
26 The Role of VBA in Enterprise Development 659
27 Enterprise Solutions with BackOffice 691
VII Appendixes
A ANSI Character Codes 727
B Working with the VBA Editor Toolbars 733
C: Where to Find More Information 741
D: What's on the CD? 745
Index 749
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