Excel 2003 VBA Programmer's Reference

  • 17h 25m
  • Paul Kimmel, et al.
  • John Wiley & Sons (US)
  • 2004

If you’re an Excel user seeking more control over your spreadsheets, or if you are developing Excel applications for others, this comprehensive volume provides what you need to maximize VBA flexibility in the Excel environment. Fully revised and updated, it focuses exclusively on VBA for Excel and provides appropriate information for beginners, Excel programmers, and advanced developers alike.

Packed with examples, code, and screenshots where applicable, this clearly organized reference meets you at the level of your experience and takes you to the next level. From a complete Excel VBA primer to internationalization, advanced debugging techniques, and programming the VB editor, this is your one-stop reference for Excel VBA programming.

What you will learn from this book

  • Object-oriented theory and VBA for Excel
  • Ways to set up applications and convert them to add-ins
  • How to use VB6 and VB.NET with Excel
  • Programming to the Windows API
  • Advanced error handling and debugging methods
  • Essentials of SQL as it applies to accessing data with ADO
  • Interaction with other Office applications and databases
  • How to access extensive reference material in downloadable, searchable format

In this Book

  • Primer in Excel VBA
  • Programming in the VBE
  • The Application Object
  • Object-Oriented Theory and VBA
  • Event Procedures
  • Class Modules
  • Writing Bulletproof Code
  • Debugging and Testing
  • UserForms
  • Adding Controls
  • Data Access with ADO
  • Creating and using Add-Ins
  • Automation Addins and COM Addins
  • Customizing the VBE
  • Interacting with Other Office Applications
  • Programming with the Windows API
  • International Issues
  • Workbooks and Worksheets
  • Using Ranges
  • Using Names
  • Working with Lists
  • PivotTables
  • Filtered Lists
  • Generating Charts
  • Office Files and Folders
  • Command Bars
  • SmartTags
  • Excel and the Internet
  • XML and Excel