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    VBA and Macros for Microsoft Excel

    Title:
    VBA and Macros for Microsoft Excel
    Authors:
    Bill Jelen and Tracy Syrstad
    ISBN:
    0789731290
    Publisher:
    Que
    Year:
    May 2004

    Target group:
    Beginner to intermediate Excel VBA users.

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    On a scale from 1 to 5 : 4
    On a scale from 1 to 10 : 8

    Links:
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    Comments:
    A good book for the beginner to intermediate Excel VBA user. The book covers a lot of examples and solid comments to back it up. With a solid 26 chapters, this book is packed with many examples and tutorials for easy learning through application. Example code is commented well and explanations are fairly well suited. Coding is consistent and quite dynamic. The examples are found in nice packages, easy for dropping into one's own spreadsheets with little or no customization needed.

    If you peruse MrExcel.com at all, you will most likely recognize many contributors for the book. This does make the book quite a personable work and adds a good deal of variety to it. This truly does show how teamwork can help make a project come together well.

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    I agree, Zack. I have been working through several chapters (on both Win and Mac), and have learned something new on almost every page. Sometimes a single line contains a new or different approach to a problem that causes me to experiment and see if indeed it is really that way. It will take a while for it all to sink in, but it is one of the best books I have on Excel.

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    Is it possible to get a good title in the ebook format?

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    nice share bro

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    Cool. Thanks!

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    if it is in the form of vba....any way thank you.

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    There is a 2010 version of the book (not a re-publish, new book altogether):
    http://www.amazon.com/VBA-Macros-Mic...ref=pd_sim_b_7

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    Great, thank you for the update, I just joined and am looking for a good place to get started learning

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