Using Excel Visual Basic for Applications (Special Edition)

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Written by a former Senior Writer at Microsoft, this book shows the reader how to do everything from simple macro creation to powerful application development. Readers will be able to speed up the development process and avoid "reinventing the wheel" for common processes.
  • Leads the reader through the process of recording and modifying macros
  • Explains how to create ...
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Overview

Written by a former Senior Writer at Microsoft, this book shows the reader how to do everything from simple macro creation to powerful application development. Readers will be able to speed up the development process and avoid "reinventing the wheel" for common processes.
  • Leads the reader through the process of recording and modifying macros
  • Explains how to create stand-alone Windows applications
  • Perfect companion to the Visual Basic Application documentation

Updated to cover all the new features of VBA language and how to build robust applications with each of the pieces of Microsoft Office, this book leads the reader through the process of recording and modifying macros, introduces the reader to VBA language, and explains how to create stand-alone Windows applications.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780789702692
  • Publisher: Que
  • Publication date: 1/28/1996
  • Series: Special Edition Using Series
  • Edition number: 2
  • Pages: 896
  • Product dimensions: 7.44 (w) x 9.14 (h) x 2.09 (d)

Table of Contents

Introduction 1
1 Programming with Excel 9
2 Using Visual Basic 37
3 Performing Tasks with Visual Basic 71
4 Using Objects 111
5 Controlling the Excel Application 157
6 Controlling Excel Files 203
7 Controlling the Excel Display 225
8 Using Sheets 237
9 Working with Ranges of Cells 273
10 Linking and Embedding 327
11 Printing and Displaying Results 351
12 Getting and Manipulating Stored Data 371
13 Creating Charts 405
14 Controlling Charts 449
15 Creating Graphics 495
16 Customizing Menus and Toolbars 533
17 Creating and Displaying Dialog Boxes 575
18 Using Additional Display Contents 633
19 Sending and Receiving Mail 681
20 Using Office Binder Documents 695
21 Advanced Topics 707
App. A Trappable Errors 745
App. B Table of Key Codes 4 755
App. C Table of Intrinsic Constants 765
App. D Style Guidelines for Professional-Quality Code 787
App. E Using Function, Property, and Method Data Types 799
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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 6, 2003

    Okay, but typically QUE

    Makes an okay reference, but suffers from a number of errors, especially in the index, poor organization and difficult to read examples. The index is typical of a QUE publication. Incomplete and poorly organized.

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