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Excel 2007 Power Programming with VBA (Mr. Spreadsheet's Bookshelf)

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Offers procedures, tips, and ideas for expanding Excel's capabilities with Visual Basic[registered] for Applications.
Paperback, 1104 pages
Published April 17th 2007 by John Wiley & Sons (first published 1996)
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If you want a single book to learn VBA then this (or a later version) is ideal. I'd tried a couple of other books before I got to this one and although they were useful there always seemed to be something lacking.

This book goes totally overboard in starting off telling you about the history of Excel, VBA etc. and what's new about Excel 2007. Only by page 189 does he start going into VBA properly. For the beginner this is a very gentle introduction and the rest of the book is a very good guide to
Steven Sanderson
I refer to this often as I am now required to write vba, something I have not yet done.
This is a good book. I have probably read about 70% of it, mainly to inform my (currently) basic understanding of VBA and to better craft my VBA-writing techniques. It has served me well--but I have yet to find more real example based teaching in textbook form. Most of the book is quite comprehensive and function-based, as opposed to problem-based. One of the great things about it is the CD-Rom with .pdf of the book on it--so you can (ctrl+f) search for pieces of information from the book very e ...more
I had read this book years ago, so this reading was a combination of skim reading and indepth study. John Walkenbach is an excellent writer and explains things well. Despite being published in the "Dummies" series I can highly recommend this book as a first step into VBA Programming.

I want to use VBA to build a meeting participation system for my Toastmasters club.
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