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Excel 2010 Power Programming with VBA: 6 Paperback – 23 April 2010
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- Publisher : Wiley; 1st edition (23 April 2010)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 1088 pages
- ISBN-10 : 0470475358
- ISBN-13 : 978-0470475355
- Dimensions : 18.54 x 5.33 x 23.37 cm
- Best Sellers Rank: 293,065 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Get more from Excellearn to extend it with VBA
Learn to use Visual Basic for Applications (VBA), and you can expand the already awesome power of Excel 2010. John Walkenbach, aka Mr. Spreadsheet, shows you how to do it in this easy-to-follow guide.
If you're already an experienced Excel user, this book will make you an Excel master. You'll learn a new approach to Excel and the steps involved in developing a new spreadsheet application. You'll also discover how to develop VBA subroutines and functions, use advanced programming techniques, and more. And if you're switching to Excel 2010 from an earlier version, there's a section to get you up to speed on the new features.
No one can teach you more about Excel than Mr. Spreadsheet.
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There is a nice glossary of VBA commands and functions in the back with one line explanations which you can then take further by looking up the details via the index, and it comes with a CD of code samples.
Is it perfect? No. There is very little on interfacing Excel to external data sources using MS Query for example, and only 1 page on considerations when making the application cross platform with Mac Excel (although Office 2011 for Mac with VBA support has only just been released, Office 2004 for Mac does have VBA too, so a little more would have been nice. Not all Mac users use Office 2008).
If you're thinking of getting the Kindle version, don't bother - all of the examples are on the cd and some of the projects are ONLY on the cd. You also get a PDF of the ebook on the CD which you can easily convert to a (better formatted) kindle ebook anyway.