Excel 2002 Power Programming with VBA

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Excel 2002 Power Programming with VBA

John Walkenbach, "Excel 2002 Power Programming with VBA"
John Wiley & Sons | ISBN 0764547992 | 2001 Year | PDF | 984 Pages | 8,91 Mb

Book Description

Get the most out of Excel, Microsoft's powerful spreadsheet application. With John Walkenbach, the leading Excel expert better known as "Mr. Spreadsheet", discover better ways to analyze data and find solutions using Microsoft Excel 2002.

This book is an excellent resource for getting up to speed using streamlined spreadsheet creation tools, enhanced analysis tools and powerful Web integration. Transform Excel into an application suited to the whole organization so workgroups can work more effectively. Discover how developers can integrate information seamlessly, whether proposal text, financial figures or research data. Whether you are an expert or a novice, Excel 2002 Power Programming with VBA will help you work more efficiently, turning your data into answers you can count on.

From the Back Cover

Excel 2002 Power Programming with VBA Develop Powerful, User-Oriented Excel 2002 Applications With this unique guide, renowned spreadsheet authority John Walkenbach invites you to harness the full potential of Excel—and join the elite group of users and developers who truly understand what the product is capable of. Offering plenty of detailed, well-thought-out examples, he walks you through the basics of Excel application development and VBA programming—and then gives you a lucid, wide-ranging seminar on advanced programming techniques and application development issues. It's all you need to create user-oriented custom applications that leverage the power of Excel 2002. Your Road Map to Excel Application Development
Take Excel to the next level with formula tricks and techniques
Work with VBA sub procedures and function procedures
Create stellar UserForms as well as custom dialog box alternatives
Develop applications that maximize the power of PivotTables and charts
Incorporate event-handling and interactions with other applications
Build user-friendly toolbars, menus, and help systems
Manipulate files and Visual Basic components and understand class modules
Get advice on compatibility issues and answers to frequently asked Excel programming questions


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