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  • Beginning Excel VBA Programming By Iducate Learning Technologies Learn Excel VBA in the quickest time with this concise e-book on Excel VBA that zooms in straight on the most important concepts with EXAMPLES! Soon, you can develop ...
    Posted Sep 9, 2013, 3:00 AM by Free EBook
  • Programming Excel with VBA and .NET By Jeff Webb and Steve Saunders Why program Excel? For solving complex calculations and presenting results, Excel is amazingly complete with every imaginable feature already in place. But programming Excel isn't about adding new features ...
    Posted Sep 9, 2013, 2:52 AM by Free EBook
  • Microsoft EXCEL 2010 Programming By Example with VBA, XML, and ASP Microsoft Excel 2010 Programming by Example with VBA, XML and ASP is a practical, how-to book on Excel programming, suitable for readers already familiar with the Excel user interface ...
    Posted Sep 9, 2013, 2:29 AM by Free EBook
  • Excel 2013 Power Programming with VBA by John Walkenbach Maximize your Excel 2013 experience using VBA application developmentThe new Excel 2013 boasts updated features, enhanced power, and new capabilities. Naturally, that means John Walkenbach returns with a new ...
    Posted Sep 9, 2013, 2:19 AM by Free EBook
  • Excel VBA Programming For Dummies By John Walkenbach Take control of your spreadsheets and use VBA to create your own custom Excel applicationsAuthor and Excel guru John Walkenbach, known to his devoted fans as "Mr. Spreadsheet," guides ...
    Posted Sep 9, 2013, 2:19 AM by Free EBook
  • Excel Programming: Your visual blueprint for creating interactive spreadsheets | By Denise Etheridge A great guide to Excel programming that is perfect for visual learners and takes you beyond Excel basics!This book is the perfect reference for Excel users who want to ...
    Posted Sep 9, 2013, 2:20 AM by Free EBook
  • Excel Programming with VBA Starter By Robert Martin This is a starter guide, covering the basics you need to get up and running as quickly as possible. This book is written for users of Excel who want to ...
    Posted Sep 9, 2013, 2:20 AM by Free EBook
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Beginning Excel VBA Programming By Iducate Learning Technologies

posted Sep 9, 2013, 2:59 AM by Free EBook   [ updated Sep 9, 2013, 3:00 AM ]

Learn Excel VBA in the quickest time with this concise e-book on Excel VBA that zooms in straight on the most important concepts with EXAMPLES!
Soon, you can develop your own Excel VBA financial/quantitative models, reports, macros and much more!
We cover Variables, Functions, If-Else conditions, Loops, Built in functions, Recording Macros, Forms, Basic Financial Modeling and much more.
Book also comes in handy whenever you need quick reference to worksheet functions eg. sum(), average() etc.
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Beginning Excel VBA Programming
By Iducate Learning Technologies



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Amazon Sales Rank: #93161 in eBooks
Published on: 2011-10-18
Released on: 2011-10-18
Format: Kindle eBook
Number of items: 1

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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful.
Cannot read illustrations in Kindle version
By Robert D. Johnson
I've begun reading the text and acknowledge that the content is very accessible for a non-programmer such as I. The problem I have is with the Kindle version, and it may not be an issue in the printed version at all. The drawings are so small they're illegible even on a large monitor when reading in the Kindle Cloud Reader. They do not increase in size when you increase the font size. Perhaps it wouldn't be as big a problem if the text told you what is taking place inside the picture, but the text reads "enter the following code (figure 3)" and I can't read what's in figure 3. Maybe I'm missing something.

4 of 4 people found the following review helpful.
Read it and start programming
By Felipe Dias
This book is focused in helping the reader to start programming in Excel VBA and is very good on it. It is small, but enough to make you start programming in few pages.

The author does not explain about programming concepts, so expects that the reader has this knowledge.

I recommend it.

4 of 5 people found the following review helpful.
Beginning VBA for XL
By max k
the examples within the book are just too small to read. In my opinion the way it is made up, Kindl is not the right place to publish it. Therefore I decided to rather buy a book instead of forcing my eyes to read the almost unreadable examples. Due to having given up reading after a short while I'm unable to give a real feedback on its
 contents.Beginning Excel VBA

Programming Excel with VBA and .NET By Jeff Webb and Steve Saunders

posted Sep 9, 2013, 2:49 AM by Free EBook   [ updated Sep 9, 2013, 2:52 AM ]

Why program Excel? For solving complex calculations and presenting results, Excel is amazingly complete with every imaginable feature already in place. But programming Excel isn't about adding new features as much as it's about combining existing features to solve particular problems. With a few modifications, you can transform Excel into a task-specific piece of software that will quickly and precisely serve your needs. In other words, Excel is an ideal platform for probably millions of small spreadsheet-based software solutions.

The best part is, you can program Excel with no additional tools. A variant of the Visual Basic programming language, VB for Applications (VBA) is built into Excel to facilitate its use as a platform. With VBA, you can create macros and templates, manipulate user interface features such as menus and toolbars, and work with custom user forms or dialog boxes. VBA is relatively easy to use, but if you've never programmed before, Programming Excel with VBA and .NET is a great way to learn a lot very quickly. If you're an experienced Excel user or a Visual Basic programmer, you'll pick up a lot of valuable new tricks. Developers looking forward to .NET development will also find discussion of how the Excel object model works with .NET tools, including Visual Studio Tools for Office (VSTO).

This book teaches you how to use Excel VBA by explaining concepts clearly and concisely in plain English, and provides plenty of downloadable samples so you can learn by doing. You'll be exposed to a wide range of tasks most commonly performed with Excel, arranged into chapters according to subject, with those subjects corresponding to one or more Excel objects. With both the samples and important reference information for each object included right in the chapters, instead of tucked away in separate sections,Programming Excel with VBA and .NET covers the entire Excel object library. For those just starting out, it also lays down the basic rules common to all programming languages.

With this single-source reference and how-to guide, you'll learn to use the complete range of Excel programming tasks to solve problems, no matter what you're experience level.
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Programming Excel with VBA and .NET
By Jeff Webb, Steve Saunders











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Amazon Sales Rank: #686522 in eBooks
Published on: 2009-06-30
Released on: 2009-06-30
Format: Kindle eBook
Number of items: 1
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38 of 39 people found the following review helpful.
Great reference book
By Graham Jones
"Programming Excel with VBA & .NET" is certainly a very 'weighty' tome. At around 1100 pages you certainly get a lot of paper for your money! However, do you get value for your money? I have yet to read a book on this topic which is more comprehensive in its coverage in terms of the description of the Object Model and the properties and methods, in many cases complete with useful examples. So in that regard it is an excellent reference. The benefit of the author being part of the Microsoft OLE Automation team when VB was added to Excel is very clear. The book also covers VBA itself in good depth. However, I feel that much of this could have been usefully relegated to a reference Appendix. If you are buying this book to learn VBA as such then there are many other excellent choices. The value in this book is in the application of VBA to Excel. You should not consider this book unless you are already very comfortable with VBA. If you are only just learning VBA but try to go on to read the rest of the book, you might find it hard going.

I have read other books that devote more space to and explain better the use of Ranges in VBA code; "pictures are worth a thousand words". If you cannot assimilate this aspect of VBA programming with Excel then you will struggle. Because of the recursive nature of Range references in Excel it can be a difficult concept to understand. I know personally that when I got the hang of that and how to use relative referencing with the R1C1 notation and to use the Cell object my productivity went up tremendously, and my frustration level dropped accordingly. Excel is probably the most difficult and complex application of the Office products when it comes to the Object Model and accordingly programming in VBA. On balance I would have no hesitation in recommending this book as part of your Excel VBA programming arsenal. Typically no one book can give you all of the insight that you need. Accordingly I feel comfortable in giving it 5 stars.

Cheers

Graham Jones

23 of 23 people found the following review helpful.
Great book, but where's the .NET?
By shancarrick
This is a fantastic book for learning VBA programming in Excel. The first 70 pages are devoted to programming basics (variables, conditional statements, objects, modules and procedures, etc.) Most of the rest of the book is devoted to glorious Excel tasks and objects. Really, this is quality material.

A mere 30 pages is devoted to .NET. Most of this is simply how to fire up Visual Studio and create a project. Worthless, really. I'm betting that the publisher made the decision to add ".NET" to the title since that was a sexy buzzword back in '03. I'm subtracting a single star for this little piece of marketing deception. In summary, this book is terrific for learning Excel VBA (and general programming principles), but is no good for learning how to marry Excel to .NET.

21 of 22 people found the following review helpful.
Comprehensive and Authoritative
By Brett Merkey
When you attempt to get into a new area of coding, it is best to have an authoritative reference. Confidence in your source really helps in getting through the inevitable rough spots. "Excel with VBA & .NET" seems to fill the bill. It certainly does not hurt to know that the author was on the Microsoft OLE Automation team when VB was added to Excel.

The "comprehensive" half of my review title comes with the packed 1100 pages. All the programming basics, all the programmable objects, all the usable features are covered. In addition, the book covers extending Excel with add-ins and dealing with security.

My own interest in programming Excel objects is related to my job as a GUI interface developer for browser-based applications. As more information and functionality goes to the Web, the convenience of taking HTML data displays and exporting them to Excel is finding an expanding and demanding market. I was somewhat disappointed that the book did not approach more topics from the perspective of this modern trend.

A friend preparing to teach Excel VBA next fall grabbed the book from my desk and had a look. She was certain "Excel with VBA & .NET" would be an excellent platform and reference for that class. That high recommendation certainly trumps my quibble about not having more material on browser implementations.

Microsoft EXCEL 2010 Programming By Example with VBA, XML, and ASP

posted Sep 9, 2013, 2:29 AM by Free EBook

Microsoft Excel 2010 Programming by Example with VBA, XML and ASP is a practical, how-to book on Excel programming, suitable for readers already familiar with the Excel user interface. The book introduces programming concepts via numerous multi-step, illustrated, hands-on exercises. More advanced topics are introduced via custom projects. From recording and editing a macro and writing VBA code to working with XML documents and using classic ASP to access and display data on the Web, this book takes you on a programming journey that will change the way you work with Excel. Completely updated for Excel 2010, this book provides information on performing automatic operations on files, folders, and other Microsoft Office applications. It also covers proper use of event procedures, testing and debugging, and programming advanced Excel features such as PivotTables, PivotCharts, and the Ribbon. Thirty chapters loaded with illustrated, hands-on projects and exercises that tell you exactly where to enter code, how to debug it, and then run it. Each exercise/project step is clearly explained as it is performed.

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ALL FILES ON THE COMPANION DISC ARE AVAILABLE FOR DOWNLOADING FROM THE PUBLISHER AT
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FEATURES
• Introduces Excel programming concepts to a non-programmer user who is already proficient with the Excel User Interface and is looking to automate Excel routine tasks 
• Covers previous versions of Excel as well as the new features added in EXCEL 2010! 
• Contains thirty chapters loaded with illustrated, hands-on projects and exercises that cover all of the ins and outs of Excel VBA. 
• Takes the reader from introductory topics--including recording and editing macros, using variables, and constants, writing subroutines/functions, conditional statements, and various methods of coding loops to repeat actions--- to intermediate and advanced topics that include working with collections, class modules, arrays, file and database access, custom forms, error handling and debugging and conditional compilation 
• Includes comprehensive coverage of native file handling in VBA, Windows Scripting Host (WSH), and Low Level File Access 
• Includes a chapter on interacting with Microsoft Access databases using both ADO and DAO to access data
• Includes chapters on programming charts, PivotTables, dialog boxes, custom forms, the Ribbon, Backstage View, context/shortcut menu customizations, and proper use of event procedures and callbacks
• Provides a thorough and practical coverage of using XML and VBScript in classic ASP with Excel 

ON THE CD-ROM!

• All source code and supplemental files for the Hands-On exercises and custom projects
• All images from the text (including 4-color screenshots)

ALL FILES ON THE COMPANION DISC ARE AVAILABLE FOR DOWNLOADING FROM THE PUBLISHER AT
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Microsoft EXCEL 2010 Programming By Example with VBA, XML, and ASP
By Julitta Korol
Amazon Sales Rank: #178682 in eBooks
Published on: 2011-08-05
Released on: 2011-08-05
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful.
Index and CD files are present
By Roger Breedlove
Reviewers mention that index does not exist and CD files are not available for the KINDLE editions, but my Kindle edition has the index and the companion files are available as mentioned in the book description. Proof of Amazon purchase is required.

3 of 3 people found the following review helpful.
Very good product
By Tokinabo
This book is very well organized, with excellent explanations.
The 'Excel and Web Technologies' section is just great.

Printscreen samples are unfortunalty all in black and white and
that is a pitty because of the good paper quality of the book
(at the other hand, the originals can be found on the companion CD-ROM).

A magnificient piece of work for every addict of Excel VBA in depth!

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful.
Very valuable book
By ANDRE BECHTOLD
Directly to the point with important information that you find in no other book. Very useful examples that train you in the material just learned. Best book on the subject that I encountered up to now.

Excel 2013 Power Programming with VBA by John Walkenbach

posted Sep 9, 2013, 2:07 AM by Free EBook   [ updated Sep 9, 2013, 2:19 AM ]

Maximize your Excel 2013 experience using VBA application development

The new Excel 2013 boasts updated features, enhanced power, and new capabilities. Naturally, that means John Walkenbach returns with a new edition of his bestselling VBA Programming book and covers all the methods and tools you need to know in order to program with Excel. With this comprehensive guide, "Mr. Spreadsheet" shows you how to maximize your Excel experience using professional spreadsheet application development tips from his own personal bookshelf.

Featuring a complete introduction to Visual Basic for Applications and fully updated for the latest features of Excel 2013, this essential reference includes an analysis of Excel application development and is packed with procedures, tips, and ideas for expanding Excel's capabilities with VBA.

  • Offers an analysis of Excel application development and a complete introduction to VBA
  • Features invaluable advice from "Mr. Spreadsheet" himself, bestselling author John Walkenbach, who demonstrates all the techniques you need to create Excel applications, both large and small
  • Covers navigating the Excel interface, formatting worksheets, interacting with other Office applications, working with collaboration tools, and using sample workbooks and John Walkenbach's award-winning Power Utility Pak to help enhance your Excel skills
  • Provides tips, tricks, and techniques for expanding Excel's capabilities with VBA that you wont find anywhere else

Excel 2013 Power Programming with VBA is packed with procedures, tips, and ideas for achieving Excel excellence with VBA.

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Excel 2013 Power Programming with VBA (Mr. Spreadsheet's Bookshelf)

Excel 2013 Power Programming with VBA (Mr. Spreadsheet's Bookshelf)
By John Walkenbach


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  • Amazon Sales Rank: #129499 in eBooks
  • Published on: 2013-03-13
  • Released on: 2013-03-13
  • Format: Kindle eBook
  • Number of items: 1

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Learn to extend Excel 2013 with VBA programming

Whether your job or your curiosity impels you to learn how to develop programs that automate and enhance Excel, you'll find no better teacher than John Walkenbach. This book provides a complete introduction to Visual Basic for Applications and shows you exactly how to create the custom dialog boxes known as UserForms. Then it takes you into advanced programming techniques, such as developing utilities and using VBA to work with PivotTables and charts.

You'll also learn to create user-oriented applications, modify shortcut menus, and provide online help for your applications. If you know your way around Excel and are ready to take your skills to the next level, this book is for you.

Let Mr. Spreadsheet show you how to:

  • Develop VBA subroutines and functions
  • Create custom UserForms and dialog boxes
  • Use VBA to create add-ins, PivotTables, and charts
  • Create procedures that execute automatically when events occur
  • Work with class modules and color



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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful.
3WARNING: NO CD INCLUDED 
By Curtis 
I am a big fan of John Walkenbach and his series of books on Excel, but I failed to realize when I ordered this that the CDs with a PDF of the book and the sample files is NOT included in the latest version. I have no idea why they would have changed this, but don't buy the paperback version if you ever want to read this book electronically. The sample files are now available online at http://www.wiley.com/WileyCDA/WileyTitle/productCd-1118490398,descCd-DOWNLOAD.html.

2 of 2 people found the following review helpful.
5Very Comprehensive 
By Dale in Tenn 
I've been a fan of Walkenbach's pulications for many years. One could argue that one version (e.g. 2010 to 2013) is not terribly different from another. I've that not to be case as there are little publicized nuances that "bite you". Wallenbach's work always seems to uncover these nuances and highlight them for the user.

I highly recommend his works in the Microsoft technologies.

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful.
5Good 
By Curtis Wong 
It is really an intensive Excel VBA guide which is good for Excel VBA programmer. It has plenty examples and tips. Nevertheless, it will be much better if the softcopies of the examples are attached in a CD coming along with the book so that we can use the code by copy and paste.

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Excel VBA Programming For Dummies By John Walkenbach

posted Sep 9, 2013, 1:57 AM by Free EBook   [ updated Sep 9, 2013, 2:19 AM ]

Take control of your spreadsheets and use VBA to create your own custom Excel applications

Author and Excel guru John Walkenbach, known to his devoted fans as "Mr. Spreadsheet," guides you through taking your Excel skills to the next level by creating your own customized spreadsheet solutions using Visual Basic for Applications (VBA). This updated edition of this bestselling 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.

  • Introduces you to a wide array of new Excel 2013 options, beginning with the most important tools and operations for the Visual Basic Editor
  • Provides an overview of the essential elements and concepts for programming with Excel, including using VBA to customize your applications and automate functions
  • Shares techniques for handling errors, debugging, working with range objects, controlling flow, and much more
  • Zeroes in on creating custom dialog boxes, toolbars, and menus

Add a personal touch to your spreadsheets and present your data the way you want with Excel VBA Programming For Dummies, 3rd Edition.

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Excel VBA Programming For Dummies (For Dummies (Computer/Tech))

Excel VBA Programming For Dummies (For Dummies (Computer/Tech))
By John Walkenbach

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  • Amazon Sales Rank: #31108 in eBooks
  • Published on: 2013-02-06
  • Released on: 2013-02-06
  • Format: Kindle eBook
  • Number of items: 1

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Learn to:

  • Use the essential tools and operations for VBA
  • Get the most out of Excel's macro recording feature
  • Handle errors and eliminate bugs in your code
  • Develop custom worksheet functions and user-oriented applications

Explore VBA programming and learn how to customize and automate many aspects of Excel

Maybe you're eager to learn Excel programming. Maybe it's your boss's idea. Either way, this book will have you on your way to Excel programming perfection in no time! It's a plain-English guide to what VBA is, how it works with Excel, essential programming concepts, and steps to creating some very cool dialog boxes, time-saving macros, Excel add-ins, and more.

  • VBA-speak — learn the language of VBA and steps for creating a program in Excel
  • Macro magic — automate common tasks, create custom buttons and commands, and develop new worksheet functions using VBA macros
  • Programming basics — work with range objects, control program flow, automate procedures and events, and exterminate bugs in your code
  • User communication — explore simple and custom dialog boxes and UserForm controls, tricks, and techniques
  • All together now — apply your skills to design user-oriented applications, create add-ins, and work with other Office applications

Open the book and find:

  • Some Excel history that's good to know
  • All about VBA sub and function procedures
  • How you can get ahead by learning VBA
  • The difference between programming errors and runtime errors
  • Tips for finding and fixing bugs
  • How to customize Excel's user interface
  • Ways to super-charge your formulas with custom worksheet functions
  • VBA dos and don'ts

About the Author 

John Walkenbach, known to his fans as Mr. Spreadsheet, has written some 50 books and around 300 articles on computer topics, predominantly Excel. He created the award-winning Power Utility Pak and several other versatile Excel add-ons. John maintains the Spreadsheet Page at http://spreadsheetpage.com.




Excel Programming: Your visual blueprint for creating interactive spreadsheets | By Denise Etheridge

posted Sep 9, 2013, 1:44 AM by Free EBook   [ updated Sep 9, 2013, 2:20 AM ]

A great guide to Excel programming that is perfect for visual learners and takes you beyond Excel basics!

This book is the perfect reference for Excel users who want to delve deeper into the application to create powerful and dynamic programs. From creating macros to customizing dialog boxes, this step-by-step guide helps you get more out of Excel than you knew was possible. Each step has callouts so you can see exactly where the action takes place and this Web site offers tons of usable code and sample macros that you can put to use instantly.

  • Explains step-by-step how to automate Excel, the world's leading spreadsheet application from Microsoft
  • Covers most tasks in two-page spreads -- no flipping back and forth required!
  • Teaches you over 130 tasks, including how to record macros, program in Visual Basic for Applications (VBA), debug code, automate charts, interface with other macros, automate functions -- all in an easy-to-follow visual format
  • Uses clear, step-by-step, numbered instruction and lots of graphics and screenshots -- perfect for visual learners!
  • Helps you maximize your productivity with practical examples, tips, and advice

 Harness everything that Excel has to offer with this friendly, practical, visual guide.

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Excel Programming: Your visual blueprint for creating interactive spreadsheets



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  • Amazon Sales Rank: #562568 in eBooks
  • Published on: 2011-01-14
  • Released on: 2011-01-14
  • Format: Kindle eBook
  • Number of items: 1

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From the Back Cover 

Welcome to the only guidebook series that takes a visual approach to professional-level computer topics. Open the book and you'll discover step-by-step screen shots that demonstrate over 140 key Excel programming techniques, including:

  • Assigning digital signatures to macros

  • Using the Visual Basic Editor

  • Understanding variable and data types

  • Declaring a multidimensional array

  • Creating If Then Else statements

  • Working with workbooks and files

  • Adding comments to a cell

  • Creating and filtering PivotTables

  • Automating procedures with Excel events

  • Importing and exporting XML files

  • High-resolution screen shots demonstrate each task

  • Succinct explanations walk you through step by step

  • Two-page lessons break big topics into bite-sized modules

  • "Apply It" and "Extra" sidebars highlight useful tips

Companion Web site features usable code from the book and sample macros



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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful.
4Useful material 
By Monik Montreal 
This is a very good material for self-taught excel users.
To consider:
- you must be already quite good in excel
- if you need extensive explanations, this book is NOT for you
- if you have the excel-instinct and intuition this book will support you to go further
- the structure of the book is good for 'impatient' users (as me) who do not like reading a lot but prefer going directly to the 'action'
- to become an excel-macro-guru you might need more advanced materials

0 of 0 people found the following review helpful.
5Best I have seen 
By M. Pizza 
This book is my go to book when I need to understand a new VBA concept, or I just need to see an example. It is topic oriented much like a Dummies book, but laid out much better, and dare I say easier to follow.

0 of 0 people found the following review helpful.
4It's more of a dictionary of VB for Excel 
By Richard R. Dupree 
I first found this book in a local bookstore when I was looking around to kill some time between meetings. I ordered a copy from Amazon at a considerably lower price. It is more like a dictionary or quick reference guide with only 2 pages devoted to most commands. They do include several examples of usage. It is not a typical programming book - they don't take any particular problem and discuss the solution over 10-20 pages. It assumes you know how to use Excel and have a good programming background. I'd definitely recommend it as one tool to help those working in Excel wth VB. You can do some really neat things and automate a lot of tasks if you have the time and patience.


Excel Programming with VBA Starter By Robert Martin

posted Sep 9, 2013, 1:14 AM by Free EBook   [ updated Sep 9, 2013, 2:20 AM ]

This is a starter guide, covering the basics you need to get up and running as quickly as possible. This book is written for users of Excel who want to speed up and streamline normally arduous tasks for maximum productivity.

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Excel Programming with VBA Starter

Excel Programming with VBA Starter
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  • Amazon Sales Rank: #333542 in eBooks
  • Published on: 2012-10-18
  • Released on: 2012-10-18
  • Format: Kindle eBook


Author 

Robert Martin

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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