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VBA Developer's Handbookby Ken Getz
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WRITE BULLETPROOF VBA CODE FOR ANY SITUATION
This book is theessential resource for developers working with any of the more than 300 productsthat employ the Visual Basic for Applications programming language. Written byrecognized VBA experts, it provides detailed coverage of a wide range of specificVBA programming challenges. Its careful, step-by-step instructions and thousandsof lines of code offer answers, while teaching you to devise new and creativesolutions. The instruction applies equally to all VBA environments, whether youare building standalone applications or customizing commercial products usingtheir built-in VBA programmability.
Getz is Senior Consultant with MCW Technologies, a frequent speaker at developer conferences throughout the world, and contributing editor for Office & VBA Developer and Access-Office-VBA Advisor magazines. He is the coauthor of the best-selling Access Developer's Handbook. Gilbert is Product Manager with Microsoft's Developer Tools division, specializing in VBA. He is a columnist for Office & VBA Developer magazine and a regular speaker at Microsoft TechEd and other developer conferences.
Table of Contents
Introductionxxi Chapter1:Manipulating Strings.
Chapter2:Working with Numbers.
Chapter3:Working with Dates and Times.
Chapter4:Using VBA to Automate Other Applications.
Chapter5:Creating Your Own Objects with VB Class Modules.
Chapter6:Advanced Class Module Techniques.
Chapter7:Searching and Sorting in VBA.
Chapter8:Creating Dynamic Data Structures Using Class Modules.
Chapter9:Retrieving and Setting System Information.
Chapter10:Managing Windows Registry Data.
Chapter11:The Windows Networking API.
Chapter12:Working with Disks and File.
Chapter13:Adding Multimedia to Your Applications.
Chapter14:Using the Scripting Runtime Library Objects.
Chapter15:Writing Add-Ins for the Visual Basic IDE.
Appendix A:The Reddick VBA Naming Conventions, Version 6.
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