Excel 2010 Power Programming with VBA Front Cover

Excel 2010 Power Programming with VBA

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  • Length: 1088 pages
  • Edition: 1
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  • Publication Date: 2010-05-10
  • ISBN-10: 0470475358
  • ISBN-13: 8601401201663

Book Description

All the methods and tools you need to successfully program with Excel John Walkenbach's name is synonymous with excellence in computer books that decipher complex technical topics. 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 new features of Excel 2010, 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 Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) Features invaluable advice from Mr. Spreadsheet himself (bestselling author John Walkenbach), who demonstrates all the techniques you need to create large and small Excel applications Provides tips, tricks, and techniques for expanding Excel's capabilities with VBA that you won't find anywhere else Includes a CD with templates and worksheets from the book This power-user's guide is packed with procedures, tips, and ideas for expanding Excel's capabilities with VBA.

Note: CD-ROM/DVD and other supplementary materials are not included as part of eBook file.

Table of contents

Part I: Some Essential Background
Chapter 1: Excel 2010: Where It Came From
Chapter 2: Excel in a Nutshell
Chapter 3: Formula Tricks and Techniques
Chapter 4: Understanding Excel Files

Part II: Excel Application Development
Chapter 5: What Is a Spreadsheet Application?
Chapter 6: Essentials of Spreadsheet Application Development

Part III: Understanding Visual Basic for Applications
Chapter 7: Introducing Visual Basic for Applications
Chapter 8: VBA Programming Fundamentals
Chapter 9: Working with VBA Sub Procedures
Chapter 10: Creating Function Procedures
Chapter 11: VBA Programming Examples and Techniques

Part IV: Working with UserForms
Chapter 12: Custom Dialog Box Alternatives
Chapter 13: Introducing UserForms
Chapter 14: UserForm Examples
Chapter 15: Advanced UserForm Techniques

Part V: Advanced Programming Techniques
Chapter 16: Developing Excel Utilities with VBA
Chapter 17: Working with Pivot Tables
Chapter 18: Working with Charts
Chapter 19: Understanding Excel’s Events
Chapter 20: Interacting with Other Applications
Chapter 21: Creating and Using Add-Ins

Part VI: Developing Applications
Chapter 22: Working with the Ribbon
Chapter 23: Working with Shortcut Menus
Chapter 24: Providing Help for Your Applications
Chapter 25: Developing User-Oriented Applications

Part VII: Other Topics
Chapter 26: Compatibility Issues
Chapter 27: Manipulating Files with VBA
Chapter 28: Manipulating Visual Basic Components
Chapter 29: Understanding Class Modules
Chapter 30: Working with Colors
Chapter 31: Frequently Asked Questions about Excel Programming

Part VIII: Appendixes
Appendix A: Excel Resources Online
Appendix B: VBA Statements and Functions Reference
Appendix C: VBA Error Codes
Appendix D: What’s on the CD-ROM

About The Author

John Walkenbach

John Walkenbach, a.k.a. Mr. Spreadsheet, is arguably the world's foremost authority on Microsoft Excel. His fifty-plus Excel books include Excel 2013 Power Programming with VBA, Excel 2013 Formulas, and the bestselling Excel 2013 Bible, all published by Wiley. He has also written hundreds of articles and software reviews, and created the award-winning Power Utility Pak add-in for Excel.

John lives in Tucson, Arizona. He also plays the banjo - but don't let that prevent you from buying his books.

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