This nifty guide book is pretty different from most computer programming books out there, it targets a very specific group of people, namely those who are proficient in Microsoft Office but with little knowledge in VBA. Even more specifically, it is a dictionary for people who are trying to write macros in the fastest way possible, no time is wasted on explaining the fundamentals of VBA or programming in general.
Readers who skim through the book in a bookstore might be decieved into thinking that this book is for newbies due to the abundance of pictures/screenshots scattered throughout the pages. It is not. The book is essentially structured in a manual format with each spread of 2 pages covering a certain function. Neither is there any fluff for the beginner nor are there complex code snippets for the advanced user.
This text should be used primarily as a quick VBA reference book for people who are proficient in MS Excel but looking for quick and dirty ways to churn simple macros.