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
Jeff Webb was a senior member of the BASIC documentation team at Microsoft. He worked on BASIC PDS, QBASIC, OLE Automation and all versions of Visual Basic. He has contributed to several computer books and help systems on topics such as Visual Basic, OLE, and programming integrated applications with Microsoft Office. Currently he runs Wombat Technology in Seattle, WA. (c) Copyright Pearson Education. All rights reserved.
Covers subject in excellent detail. Very good textbook and reference guide.
Expect to use the book for several years with good results.
Thank you very much. This was the first time that I had purchased something out of my country by Internet and every thing was attended. Read morePublished on March 30, 2007 by Darlon Destri
This book is just not useful anymore. The code is old and the dialog boxes don't look or function the same anymore. Read morePublished on October 14, 2004 by Amazon Junkie
I had some elementary knowledge about VB beforehand and I borrowed this book from a friend in order to look up certain things. I found it to be useless and hard to read. Read morePublished on June 5, 2001 by "marovici"
This book is a complete reference for all aspects of Excel VBA. A great source of information for beginners and experienced programmers.Published on August 10, 2000
An outstanding Read from cover to cover. The reference guide I always rely on. Overall it is excellent for those users' who use VBA everyday in the workplace.Published on November 19, 1998