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Excel Programming with VBA Starter Paperback – October 18, 2012
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About the Author
Robert Martin is an Excel MVP and Microsoft Certified Professional. With a background in finance, his career has ranged from being an IT Director of an investment bank in London to doing charity work in Africa, before moving to Brazil in 2007 and setting up an IT consultancy firm and then authoring training (audiovisual and written) material on Microsoft technologies.
Currently he works in Brazil as an IT Consultant.
Robert Martin has also authored the following books:
- Excel Avançado, Digerati 2008 RibbonX
- Customizing the Office 2007 Ribbon, Wiley 2008 Excel e VBA na Modelagem Financeira
- Uma abordagem prática. Axcel Books, 2005
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Top Customer Reviews
This concise 60 page book is an excellent way for people to approach Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) within the Context of Microsoft Excel.
I am happy that I took the time to become acquainted with this book. The text is well thought out which makes the book interesting and easy to read.
The author takes you through an overview of the core concepts that make VBA what it is.
All the key points are demonstrated with code examples. These examples are set for Excel 2010.
I would recommend this book to anyone who would like to become more productive and proficient in their use of Excel by making use of VBA which greatly expands the functionality of Excel.
Alfred F. Vachris Chair NYPC Excel SIG