Microsoft® Excel® 2010 Programming By Example
with VBA, XML, and ASP

Paperback & CD-ROM: 978 1 936420 03 2 / $49.95
 
Published: August 2011  

E-Book: 978 1 936420 72 8 / $49.95
 
Published: July 2011  

Publisher: Mercury Learning & Information
800 pp., 7" x 9"
Microsoft Excel 2010 Programming by Example with VBA, XML and ASP is a practical how-to book on Excel programming, suitable for readers already familiar with the Excel user interface. The book introduces programming concepts via numerous multi-step, illustrated, hands-on exercises. More advanced topics are introduced via custom projects. From recording and editing a macro and writing VBA code to working with XML documents and using classic ASP to access and display data on the Web, this book takes you on a programming journey that will change the way you work with Excel. Completely updated for Excel 2010, this book provides information on performing automatic operations on files, folders, and other Microsoft Office applications. It also covers proper use of event procedures, testing and debugging, and programming advanced Excel features such as PivotTables, PivotCharts, and SmartTags. Thirty chapters loaded with illustrated hands-on projects and exercises that tell you exactly where to enter code, how to debug it, and then run it. Each exercise/project step is clearly explained as it is performed.

Table of Contents:
1) Automating Worksheet Tasks with Macros
2) Exploring the Visual Basic Editor (VBE)
3) Excel VBA Fundamentals
4) Using Variables, Data Types, and Constants
5) VBA Procedures: Subroutines and Functions
6) Decision Making with VBA
7) Repeating Actions in VBA
8) Working with Arrays
9) Working with Collections and Class Modules
10) VBE Tools for Testing and Debugging
11) Conditional Compilation and Error Trapping
12) File and Folder Manipulation with VBA
13) File and Folder Manipulation with Windows Script Host (WSH)
14) Using Low-Level File Access
15) Using Excel VBA to Interact with Other Applications
16) Using Excel with Microsoft Access
17) Event-Driven Programming
18) Using Dialog Boxes
19) Creating Custom Forms
20) Formatting Worksheets with VBA
21) Context Menu Programming and Ribbon Customizations
22) Printing and Sending E-mail from Excel
23) Programming PivotTables and PivotCharts
24) Using and Programming Excel Tables
25) Programming Special Features
26) Programming the Visual Basic Editor (VBE)
27) HTML Programming and Web Queries
28) Excel and Active Server Pages
29) Using XML in Excel 2010
30) Calling Windows API Functions from VBA

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