Excel Programming

Excel Programming : Your Visual Blueprint for Creating Interactive Spreadsheets

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Excel(r) Programming 2nd Edition Welcome to the only guidebook series that takes a visual approach to professional-level computer topics. Open the book and you'll discover step-by-step screen shots that demonstrate over 120 key Excel programming techniques, including: Creating and launching keyboard shortcuts Setting macro security Assigning a digital signature Developing a function with VBA Displaying a built-in dialog box Converting a list into an array Using the msgbox function Processing a runtime error Saving a workbook in a specified format Finding the intersection of two rangesshow more

Product details

  • Mixed media product | 352 pages
  • 202 x 226 x 28mm | 798.34g
  • John Wiley & Sons Inc
  • Hungry Minds Inc,U.S.
  • Foster City, United States
  • English
  • Revised
  • 2nd Revised edition
  • ill
  • 0764597817
  • 9780764597817
  • 1,797,023

About Jinjer Simon

Jinjer Simon has been actively involved in the computer industry for the past 18 years. Her involvement includes programming, providing software technical support, training end-users, developing written and online user documentation, creating software tutorials, and developing Web sites. She is the author of several computer books, including Excel Programming: Your visual blueprint for creating interactive spreadsheets, and Windows CE 2 For Dummies.show more

Table of contents

HOW TO USE THIS BOOK. GETTING STARED WITH EXCEL MACROS. Introduction to Macros. Record a Macro. Run a Macro. Create and Launch a Keyboard Shortcut. Delete a Macro from a Workbook. Delete from the Personal Macro Workbook. Assign a Macro to a Toolbar Button. Assign a Macro to a Menu. Set Macro Security. USING THE VISUAL BASIC EDITOR. An Introduction to the Visual Basic Editor. Activate the Visual Basic Editor. Arrange the Visual Basic Editor Windows. Set Properties for a Project. Set Display Options for the Code Window. Add a New Module. Remove a Module. Rename a Macro.4 Create a Startup Macro. Hide a Macro. Assign a Digital Signature to a Macro. Update a Recorded Macro. VBA PROGRAMMING BASICS. An Introduction to VBA. Create a Subroutine. Create a Function. Declare a Variable. Perform Mathematical Calculations. Create a Constant. Comment Your Code. Join Two Strings. WORKING WITH THE EXCEL OBJECT MODEL. An Introduction to the Excel Object Model. Using the Object Browser. Create an Object Variable. Change the Properties of an Object. Compare Object Variables. Using an Object Method. Display a Built-in Dialog Box. USING VARIABLES AND ARRAYS. Assign Values to Variables. Using Global Variables. Declare an Array. Declare a Multidimensional Array. Convert a List into an Array. Redimension an Array. Create a User-Defined Data Type. ADDING CONTROL STATEMENTS. Execute a Task While a Condition is True.2 Perform Multiple Tasks Until a Condition is Met. Execute Tasks a Specific Number of Times. Using the For Each Next Loop. Conditionally Execute a Group of Statements. Execute a Statement Based upon the Value. Jump to a Specific Location in a Macro. Conditionally Call a Subroutine. USING BUILT-IN FUNCTIONS AND STATEMENTS. Using Excel Worksheet Functions. Using the MsgBox Function. Using the InputBox Function. Retrieve Current Date and Time. Determine the Amount of Time between Dates. Format a Date Expression. Format a Numeric Expression. Remove Extra Spacing from a String. Return a Portion of a String. Compare Two Strings. DEBUGGING MACROS. Debugging Basics. Debug a Procedure with Inserted Break Points. Using Watch Expressions to Debug a Procedure. Step through a Procedure. Resume Execution if an Error is Encountered. Process a Runtime Error. WORKING WITH OTHER WORKBOOKS AND FILES. Open a Workbook. Open a Text File as a Workbook. Open a File Requested by the User. Save a Workbook.6 Save Workbook in Format Specified by User. Determine if a Workbook is Open.0 Close a Workbook. Create a New Workbook. Delete a File. Find a File. WORKING WITH WORKSHEETS. Add a Sheet. Delete a Sheet. Move a Sheet. Copy and Paste a Sheet. Hide a Sheet. Change the Name of a Sheet. Save a Sheet to Another File. Protect a Worksheet. Protect a Chart. Print a Sheet. Sort Worksheets by Name. DEFINING RANGES. Using the Range Property. Using the Cells Property. Combine Multiple Ranges. Using the Offset Property. Delete a Range of Cells. Hide a Range of Cells. Specify the Name of a Range. Resize a Range. Insert a Range. Set the Width of Columns in a Range. Set the Height of Rows in a Range. Convert a Column of Text into Multiple Columns. Find the Intersection of Two Ranges. WORKING WITH CELLS. Cut and Paste Ranges of Cells. Copy and Paste Ranges of Cells.0 Custom Paste Values in Cells. Add Comments to a Cell. Automatically Fill a Range of Cells. Copy a Range to Multiple Sheets. Place Borders around a Range of Cells. Find Specific Cell Values. Find and Replace Values in Cells. CUSTOMIZING DIALOG BOXES, MENUS, AND TOOLBARS. UserForm Basics. Working with CommandBars. Create a Custom Dialog Box. Call a Custom Dialog Box from a Procedure. Capture Input from a Custom Dialog Box. Validate Input from a Dialog Box. Create Custom UserForm Controls. Create a UserForm Template. Create a Custom Toolbar. Add Controls to a Toolbar. Create a Custom Menu. Add Items to a Menu. Create a Shortcut Menu. Delete Custom Toolbars and Shortcut Menus. WORKING WITH CHARTS. Chart Basics. Create a Chart Sheet. Embed a Chart within a Worksheet. Apply Chart Wizard Settings to a Chart. Add a New Data Series to a Chart. Format Chart Text. Create Charts with Multiple Chart Types. Determine Variations in a Series of Data. Add a Data Table to the Chart. Customize the Chart Axis. AUTOMATING PROCEDURES WITH EXCEL EVENTS. Understanding Excel Events. Run a Procedure as a Workbook Opens. Run a Procedure before Closing a Workbook. Run a Procedure before Saving a Workbook. Run a Procedure When Excel Creates a Workbook. Monitor a Range of Cells for Changes. Execute a Procedure at a Specific Time. Execute a Procedure When You Press Keys. Run a Procedure When Right-Clicking a Chart. APPENDIX A: VBA QUICK REFERENCE. VBA and Excel Object Model Quick Reference. APPENDIX B: ABOUT THE CD-ROM. What Is on the CD-ROM. Using the E-Version of This Book. Wiley Publishing, Inc. End-User License Agreement.show more

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