Pdf Book Name: Excel VBA Programming For Dummies 5th Edition
Author: John Walkenbach
ISBN-10: 1119518172, 978-1119518174
Pages: 391 pages
File size: 10 MB
File format: PDF
Excel VBA Programming For Dummies 5th Edition Pdf Book Description:
Greetings, prospective Excel programmer. You no doubt have your reasons for picking up a book on VBA programming. Maybe you got a new job (congratulations). Maybe you’re trying to automate some of the repetitive data crunching tasks you have to do. Maybe you’re just a nerd at heart. Whatever the reason, thank you for choosing this book. Inside, you find everything you need to get up and running with VBA fast. Even if you don’t have the foggiest idea of what programming is all about, this book can help. Unlike most programming books, this one is filled with information designed to include just what you need to know to quickly ramp your VBA programming skillset. These books are also available in editions for earlier versions of Excel. Notice that the title of this book isn’t “The Complete Guide to Excel VBA Programming For Dummies.” This book doesn’t cover all aspects of Excel programming but then again, you probably don’t want to know everything about this topic.
If you consume this book and find that you’re hungry for a more comprehensive Excel programming book, you might try Microsoft Excel 2019 Power Programming with VBA, also published by Wiley. And yes, editions for older versions of Excel are also available. All computer books have a section like this. (I think some federal law requires it.) Read it or skip it. Sometimes, I refer to key combinations which means you hold down one key while you press another. For example, Ctrl+Z means you hold down the Ctrl key while you press Z. For menu commands, I use a distinctive character to separate items on the Ribbon or menu. For example, you use the following command to create a named range in a worksheet. It’s a cruel world out there. It seems that some scam artist is always trying to take advantage of you or cause some type of problem. The world of computing is equally cruel. You probably know about computer viruses, which can cause some nasty things to happen to your system. But did you know that computer viruses can also reside in an Excel file? It’s true. In fact, it’s relatively easy to write a computer virus by using VBA. An unknowing user can open an Excel file and spread the virus to other Excel workbooks and to other systems. Over the years, Microsoft has become increasingly concerned about security issues. This is a good thing, but it also means that Excel users need to understand how things work. You can check Excel’s security settings by choosing File ➪ Options ➪ Trust Center ➪ Trust Center Settings. There is a plethora of options in there, and people have been known to open that dialog box and never be heard from again.
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