* More than 400 task-oriented pages show intermediate-to-advanced users how to automate, customize, and integrate Excel using Visual Basic for Applications and VBA-based macros * Crisp, two-color screen shots and succinct step-by-step instructions demonstrate how to create macros, add customized features to spreadsheets, and build powerful Excel-based applications * Shows how to make macros qsmart, q create and customize VBA code, program Smart Documents, make Excel communicate efficiently with other applications, and more * With VBA, users can buy Excel off the shelf and customize it to meet their specific business needs instead of building applications from scratch-saving users and businesses time and money * All information is applicable to Excel versions 2000, 2002, and 2003Click the View Microsoft Excel button (H) to switch to Excel. Ac Run the macro. Note: To run a macro, see ... titletext aquot; , aquot;default range aquot; ) . The default range, like the user-entered range, can be a range address such as Al :E1 5, or it can be aanbsp;...
|Title||:||Master Visually Excel 2003 VBA Programming|
|Publisher||:||Visual - 2005-02-18|