Visual FoxPro developers are used to building large, complex applications using only VFP as their programming environment. But Windows users are demanding more—integration with other applications such as the Microsoft Office suit—Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook. Visual FoxPro can be used to automate—either visually or behind the scenes—any task or process that you could do manually in Office, plus much more. In Microsoft Office Automation with Visual FoxPro, users learn how to create powerful applications that span the entire Office suite, using Visual FoxPro in the driver’s seat.
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About the Author
Tamar E. Granor, Ph.D., has developed and enhanced numerous FoxPro and Visual FoxPro applications for businesses and other organizations. She served as editor of FoxPro Advisor magazine and is the coauthor of the magazine’s “Advisor Answers” column. She is the coauthor of Hacker’s Guide to Visual FoxPro 6.0 and its predecessor, Hacker’s Guide to Visual FoxPro 3.0. She is a Microsoft Certified Professional and a Microsoft Support Most Valuable Professional. She lives in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Della Martin has worked on some of the most unusual FoxPro and Visual FoxPro applications. She got her start writing a recruiting database for Duke Basketball and has worked for an architectural and engineering firm and at the University of Tennessee. She has written for FoxPro Advisor magazine and served as a judge for the 1998 and 1999 Visual FoxPro Excellence Awards. She lives in Cary, North Carolina.