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Excel 2010 Power Programming with VBA

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All the methods and tools you need to successfully program with ExcelJohn Walkenbach's name is synonymous with excellence in computer books that decipher complex technical topics. With this comprehensive guide, "Mr. Spreadsheet" shows you how to maximize your Excel experience using professional spreadsheet application development tips from his own personal bookshelf.

Paperback, 1080 pages
Published May 10th 2010 by Wiley (first published April 6th 2010)
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This book really developed me professionally, at least from a programming perspective. It got me started on VBA code and then gave me ideas as a reference to progress in complexity. It can easily be a stand alone guide for the basics and with a little ingenuity can allow the individual to progress to more complicated code.

This book contains the basics, loops, pathways etc of VBA. Lots of code snippets for user forms and complex interactions. It, however, doesn't get into advanced topics on a dee
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Excellent. A big improvement on VBA for dummies! For the beginner that already has figured out the dummy's book, this is the perfect next step. Great step by step instructions. Lots of examples. Advanced sections are great. It will take me some time before this all becomes old hat for me.
Manny Tingplants
This is a great introduction into both the VBA language and programming against Excel in general. It took me from an intermediate Excel user with some outside programming experience to a VBA wizard in months. I now use C# wherever possible for Excel automation, but continue to refer back to this book for tips about Excel's features and quirks. VBA is not the best tool for a lot of jobs, but it is fast, easy, and powerful. Walkenbach knows what he's talking about.
A glorious dump of visual basic code examples and logic. Included CD-Rom might be the very best part -- several of the example macros are now stored in my library as easily accessible code nuggets. Walkenbach is the man.
Gary Comins
Mr. Walkenbach does a nice job reviewing VBA, focusing on 2007 and 2010 iterations. Although he covers VBA from the beginning, he doesn't go into all of the basic Excel usage. A good addition to the library for VBA developers.
Simply a great book for getting a handle on Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) in the context of Excel, or for a quick refresher if you haven't coded in a while / are transitioning to the 2010 object model from an older version. Highly recommended. Full of example code, shortcuts, and tips and tricks.
Great book with lot's of good information. Although not as essential as "Professional Excel Development", "Excel 2010 Power Programming with VBA" is a nice how to where the other book is a what you can do.

This book also gave some good examples of what is possible in programming Excel.
Doron Yam
A good proffesional book that teaches us the basics (and some tricks) about VBA programming in Ecxel.
Read the first half doing the exercises. Skimmed the second half. Great reference.
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