Programming Excel with VBA A Practical Real-World Guide
Learn to harness the power of Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) in Microsoft Excel to develop interesting, useful, and interactive Excel applications. This book will show you how to manipulate Excel with code, allowing you to unlock extra features, accuracy, and efficiency in working with your data. Programming Excel 2016 with VBA is a complete guide to Excel application development, using step-by-step guidance, example applications, and screenshots in Excel 2016.
What you will learn in this book:
- How to interact with key Excel objects, such as the application object, workbook object, and range object
- Methods for working with ranges in detail using code
- Usage of Excel as a database repository
- How to exchange data between Excel applications
- How to use the Windows API to expand the capabilities of Excel
- A step-by-step method for producing your own custom Excel ribbon
Who This Book Is For: Developers and intermediate-to-advanced Excel users who want to dive deeper into the capabilities of Excel 2016 using code.
Table of contents (11 chapters)
Understanding Visual Basic for Applications (VBA)
Programming the Microsoft Excel Application Object
Programming the Microsoft Excel Workbook Object
Programming the Microsoft Excel Worksheet Object
Programming the Microsoft Excel Range Object
Special Range Object Properties and Methods
Using Excel as a Database Repository
Creating and Setting a Worksheet Database Class
Exchanging Data Between Excel Applications
Using the Windows API
Producing a Personal Ribbon Using RibbonEditor.xlam
About the Author of Programming Excel with VBA A Practical Real-World Guide :Flavio Morgado is a Food Engineer with a MSc. degree in Food Science and Technology. He is also a VBA Professional developer, a technical writer. However, an English to Brazilian Portuguese technical translator, and a professor at UNIFESO, a health sciences university in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Flavio has written more than 30 books (and translated an equal number). When he is not teaching, writing, or developing. In other words, he can be found running or riding his mountain bike through the Teresopolis Mountains, followed by his 11 dogs.
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