Editorial Reviews. About the Author. Steven Roman, Ph.D, is a professor emeritus of Why is ISBN important? . Newly updated for Excel , Writing Excel Macros with VBA, 2nd Edition provides Excel power-users, as well as programmers. Writing Excel Macros with VBA, 2nd Edition. 1 review. by Steven Roman PhD. Publisher: O'Reilly Media, Inc. Release Date: June ISBN: Newly updated for Excel , Writing Excel Macros with VBA, 2nd Edition provides Excel power-users, as well as programmers who are unfamiliar with the .
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Writing Excel Macros with VBA, 2nd Edition. By Steven Roman, Ph.D. Publisher: O'Reilly. Pub Date: June ISBN: Writing Excel Macros with VBA, 2nd Edition Steven Roman ebook. ISBN: , Page: Publisher: O'Reilly Media Format: pdf. Personal collection of portal7.info,.net, vba and other books regarding vb VBA-and- Excel-Books-and-PDFs/Writing Excel Macros with VBA 2nd Ed pdf.
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It explains the intent of the properties and methods rather than just explaining the syntax. The author also details various caveats about how various components within the object model operate. This is very useful. As a simple example, he explains that setting the Chart objects.
HasAxis property before the Chart has any data series defined will result in a cryptic error that is not covered in the documentation. Without this information one might end up blindly copying some ugly code from the macro recorder that seems to work though it wouldn't be clear just why this code worked while the other method failed.
Eventually however, this will probably become the "goto" reference. Mr Roman is an extremely competent and clear writer. This book, whilst not as big as some, doesn't waste space with any padding, and boring repititious stuff you see in some texts.
Although there could have been a little more on interplay between Excel and the other Office objects, esp.
Outlook, this book makes up for that with its clear, organised and logical presenatation. I use it as a reference book, and seem to remember the content of it more clearly than I do with other comparable books! Why is this? Mr Roman has a tidy turn of phrase, doesn't wafffle, but his explanations seem to sit well in how my mind works.
I hope this will be the same for you. I recommend this book for those who may be beyond the beginner stage of learning VB A. It also includes some handy utilities for users of Excel. Mr Roman - well done.
Look forward to your next high level? Excel VBA book. Very good, lil on rambly side but explained well. Seems outdated, but works perfectly in my excel This book is kind of old and I believe there should be a lot better tutorials in this area. However, it is cheap and affordable. The paper quality and layout are poor and papers may get detach from the book cover easily. Just realize this is a pretty outdated version of the book before you pull the trigger.
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