By itself, Excel 97 can do some pretty amazing stuff. Add Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) and you add a whole other dimension of automation and customization. Excel 97 Programming For Windows For Dummies offers plenty of practical examples of Excel programming in action and explains in plain English how to * Save time and improve accuracy by automating common tasks * Design custom dialog boxes to suit your and your organization's needs * Build specialized functions to use in your worksheets * Create add-ins, take advantage of the Windows API, and define custom data types With numerous books and articles on Excel to his credit, John Walkenbach is the ideal author to make Excel programming understandable, whether you're new to programming or just new to this latest release of Excel.If youa#39;re looking for a general- purpose Excel book, check out any of the following books, which are all published by IDG Books ... thata#39;s me) Excel 97 For Windows For Dummies Quick Reference, by John Walkenbach (me again) Notice that the title of this ... In the unlikely event you want a more comprehensive Excel programming book, you might try Excel 97 For Windows Power Programming with VBA, anbsp;...
|Title||:||Excel 97 Programming for Windows For Dummies|
|Publisher||:||For Dummies - 1997-07-03|