Get to grips with VBA in Excel using Packt's New Book

January 2013 | Enterprise

Packt is pleased to announce Excel Programming with VBA Starter, a short, fast and focused guide providing immediate results to help extend and enhance the knowledge of Excel users. It’s primarily written for users of Excel who want to speed up and streamline normally arduous tasks for maximum productivity.This one of a kind Instant book is now available in eBook, Kindle and select library formats.

 

About the Author:
Robert Martin: Currently working in Brazil as an IT Consultant, he is an Excel MVP and Microsoft Certified Professional. Initially starting his career as an IT Director of an investment bank in London, Robert has set up an IT consultancy firm in Brazil and has a background in finance as well.

Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) is a computer programming language used to control Microsoft Excel's functionality. It is not only used for tasks that are impossible to do with formulas or Excel's built in features alone, but also is used to control Microsoft Word, PowerPoint and other programs.

Excel Programming with VBA Starter enables readers not only to use sub routines, with and without arguments, but also helps create user-defined functions by working with loops, effectively debug codes and create custom categories using UDFs to describe arguments. This book describes how the power of VBA in Excel can be put to good use throughout the course of a working day.

Furthermore, important features and tasks such as, using external libraries in projects, sharing program interaction with other office applications, working with enumeration, windows APIs and creating classes by hiding away complex code and many such more, are well explained in this guide.

Packt Enterprise is a publishing division of Packt Publishing designed to serve the information needs of IT Professionals in the Enterprise space. Packt Enterprise also publishes on Microsoft, IBM, Oracle, Citrix, Java, Amazon, Google and SAP technologies.


Excel Programming with VBA Starter

Get to grips with VBA in Excel

For more information, please visit: http://www.packtpub.com/excel-programming-with-visual-basic-for-applications-starter/book

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