Excel VBA Programming For Dummies

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John Wiley & Sons, Apr 20, 2010 - Computers - 408 pages
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Take your Excel skills to the next level with VBA programming

Now that you've mastered Excel basics, it's time to move to the next level--creating your own, customized Excel 2010 solutions using Visual Basic for Applications (VBA). The new edition of this non-threatening guide is your key to getting there. Using step-by-step instruction and the accessible, friendly For Dummies style, this practical book shows you how to use VBA, write macros, customize your Excel apps to look and work the way you want, avoid errors, and more.

The book's Web site provides all the programming examples from the book.Introduces you to a new range of Excel 2010 optionsShows you how to use Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) to program your own custom Excel applications or to automate functionsExplains how to create VBA macros, program, handle errors, debug, and moreCovers Visual Basic Editor tools and functions; working with range objects; controlling program flow; and the easiest ways to create custom dialog boxes, toolbars, and menusIncludes a companion Web site with all the sample programs from the book

Create your own, custom Excel programs with this information-packed guide!

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Contents

Introduction
1
Part I Introducing VBA
11
Part II How VBA Works with Excel
35
Part III Programming Concepts
93
Part IV Communicating with Your Users
233
Part V Putting It All Together
331
Part VI The Part of Tens
361
Index
371
Bonus Chapter 1 Working with Colors
391
Bonus Chapter 2 Ten VBA Dos and Donts
407
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John Walkenbach is principal of J-Walk and Associates, Inc., a leading authority on spreadsheet software and creator of the award-winning Power Utility Pak. Walkenbach has written more than 50 books and 300 articles for publications including PC World, InfoWorld, and Windows.

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