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This book is indispensable for excel intermediate users, power users, and would-be power users. fully updated for the new release, this latest edition provides comprehensive, soup-to-nuts coverage, delivering over 900 pages of excel tips, tricks and techniques readers won't find anywhere else. thoroughly updated to cover the excel interface, file formats, enhanced interactivity with other office applications, and upgraded collaboration features. this power-user's guide is packed with procedures, tips, and ideas for expanding excel's capabilities with visual basic for applications. includes templates and worksheets from the book that are downloadable on the website. introduction part i: introduction to excel vba chapter 1: essentials of spreadsheet application development what is a spreadsheet application? steps for application development determining user needs planning an application that meets user needs determining the most appropriate user interface customizing the ribbon customizing shortcut menus creating shortcut keys creating custom dialog boxes using activex controls on a worksheet executing the development effort concerning yourself with the end user testing the application making the application bulletproof making the application aesthetically appealing and intuitive creating a user help system documenting the development effort distributing the application to the user updating the application when necessary other development issues the user's installed version of excel language issues system speed video modes chapter 2: introducing visual basic for applications getting a head start with the macro recorder creating your first macro comparing absolute and relative macro recording other macro recording concepts working with the visual basic editor understanding vbe components working with the project window working with a code window customizing the vba environment the editor format tab the general tab the docking tab vba fundamentals understanding objects understanding collections understanding properties deep dive: working with range objects finding the properties of the range object the range property the cells property the offset property essential concepts to remember don't panic--you are not alone read the rest of the book let excel help write your macro use the help system use the object browser pilfer code from the internet leverage user forums visit expert blogs mine youtube for video training learn from the microsoft office dev center dissect the other excel files in your organization ask your local excel genius chapter 3: vba programming fundamentals vba language elements: an overview comments variables, data types and constants defining data types declaring variables scoping variables working with constants working with strings working with dates assignment statements arrays declaring arrays declaring multidimensional arrays declaring dynamic arrays object variables user-defined data types built-in functions manipulating objects and collections with-end with constructs for each-next constructs controlling code execution goto statements if-then constructs select case constructs looping blocks of instructions chapter 4: working with vba sub procedures about procedures declaring a sub procedure scoping a procedure executing sub procedures executing a procedure with the run sub / user form command executing a procedure from the macro dialog box executing a procedure with a ctrl+shortcut key combination executing a procedure from the ribbon executing a procedure from a customized shortcut menu executing a procedure from another procedure executing a procedure by clicking an object executing a procedure when an event occurs executing a procedure from the immediate window passing arguments to procedures error-handling techniques trapping errors error-handling examples a realistic example that uses sub procedures the goal project requirements what you know the approach some preliminary recording initial setup code writing writing the sort procedure more testing fixing the problems utility availability evaluating the project chapter 5: creating function procedures sub procedures versus function procedures why create custom functions? an introductory function example using the function in a worksheet using the function in a vba procedure analyzing the custom function function procedures a function's scope executing function procedures function arguments function examples functions with no argument a function with one argument a function with two arguments a function with an array argument a function with optional arguments a function that returns a vba array a function that returns an error value a function with an indefinite number of arguments emulating excel's sum function extended date functions debugging functions dealing with the insert function dialog box using the macro options method specifying a function category adding a function description manually using add-ins to store custom functions using the windows api windows api examples determining the windows directory detecting the shift key learning more about api functions chapter 6: understanding excel's events what you should know about events understanding event sequences where to put event-handler procedures disabling events entering event-handler code event-handler procedures that use arguments getting acquainted with workbook-level events the open event the activate event the sheet activate event the new sheet event the before save event the deactivate event the before print event the before close event examining worksheet events the change event monitoring a specific range for changes the selection change event the before double click event the before right click event monitoring with application events enabling application-level events determining when a workbook is opened monitoring application-level events accessing events not associated with an object the on time event the on key event chapter 7: vba programming examples and techniques learning by example working with ranges copying a range moving a range copying a variably sized range selecting or otherwise identifying various types of ranges resizing a range prompting for a cell value entering a value in the next empty cell pausing a macro to get a user-selected range counting selected cells determining the type of selected range looping through a selected range efficiently deleting all empty rows duplicating rows a variable number of times determining whether a range is contained in another range determining a cell's data type reading and writing ranges a better way to write to a range transferring one-dimensional arrays transferring a range to a variant array selecting cells by value copying a noncontiguous range working with workbooks and sheets saving all workbooks saving and closing all workbooks hiding all but the selection creating a hyperlink table of contents synchronizing worksheets vba techniques toggling a boolean property displaying the date and time displaying friendly time getting a list of fonts sorting an array processing a series of files some useful functions for use in your code the file exists function the file name only function the path exists function the range name exists function the sheet exists function the work book is open function retrieving a value from a closed workbook some useful worksheet functions returning cell formatting information a talking worksheet displaying the date when a file was saved or printed understanding object parents counting cells between two values determining the last nonempty cell in a column or row does a string match a pattern? extracting the nth element from a string spelling out a number a multifunctional function the sheetoffset function returning the maximum value across all worksheets returning an array of non-duplicated random integers randomizing a range sorting a range windows api calls understanding api declarations determining file associations determining default printer information determining video display information reading from and writing to the registry part ii: advanced vba techniques chapter 8: working with pivot tables an introductory pivot table example creating a pivot table examining the recorded code for the pivot table cleaning up the recorded pivot table code creating a more complex pivot table the code that created the pivot table how the more complex pivot table works creating multiple pivot tables creating a reverse pivot table chapter 9: working with charts getting the inside scoop on charts chart locations the macro recorder and charts the chart object model creating an embedded chart creating a chart on a chart sheet modifying charts using vba to activate a chart moving a chart using vba to deactivate a chart determining whether a chart is activated deleting from the chart objects or charts collection looping through all charts sizing and aligning chart objects creating lots of charts exporting a chart exporting all graphics changing the data used in a chart changing chart data based on the active cell using vba to determine the ranges used in a chart using vba to display arbitrary data labels on a chart displaying a chart in a user form understanding chart events an example of using chart events enabling events for an embedded chart example: using chart events with an embedded chart discovering vba charting tricks printing embedded charts on a full page creating unlinked charts displaying text with the mouse over event scrolling a chart working with sparkline charts chapter 10: interacting with other applications understanding microsoft office automation understanding the concept of binding a simple automation example automating access from excel running an access query from excel running an access macro from excel automating word from excel sending excel data to a word document simulating mail merge with a word document automating powerpoint from excel sending excel data to a powerpoint presentation sending all excel charts to a powerpoint presentation convert a workbook into a powerpoint presentation automating outlook from excel mailing the active workbook as an attachment mailing a specific range as an attachment mailing a single sheet as an attachment mailing all email addresses in your contact list starting other applications from excel using the vba shell function using the windows shell execute api function using app activate running control panel dialog boxes chapter 11: working with external data and files working with external data connections manually creating a connection manually editing data connections using vba to create dynamic connections iterating through all connections in a workbook using ado and vba to pull external data the connection string declaring a record set referencing the ado object library putting it all together in code using ado with the active workbook working with text files opening a text file reading a text file writing a text file getting a file number determining or setting the file position statements for reading and writing text file manipulation examples importing data in a text file exporting a range to a text file importing a text file to a range logging excel usage filtering a text file performing common file operations using vba file-related statements using the file system object object zipping and unzipping files zipping files unzipping a file part iii: working with user forms chapter 12: leveraging custom dialog boxes before you create that user form using an input box the vba input box function the application.inputbox method the vba msg box function the excel get open filename method the excel get save as filename method prompting for a directory displaying excel's built-in dialog boxes displaying a data form making the data form accessible displaying a data form by using vba chapter 13: introducing user forms how excel handles custom dialog boxes inserting a new user form adding controls to a user form toolbox controls checkbox combo box command button frame image label list box multipage option button ref edit scroll bar spin button tab strip text box toggle button adjusting user form controls adjusting a control's properties using the properties window common properties accommodating keyboard users displaying a user form adjusting the display position displaying a modeless user form displaying a user form based on a variable loading a user form about event-handler procedures closing a user form creating a user form: an example creating the user form writing code to display the dialog box testing the dialog box adding event-handler procedures the finished dialog box understanding user form events learning about events user form events spin button events pairing a spin button with a textbox referencing user form controls customizing the toolbox adding new pages to the toolbox customizing or combining controls adding new activex controls creating user form templates a user form checklist chapter 14: user form examples creating a user form "menu" using command buttons in a user form using a list box in a user form selecting ranges from a user form creating a splash screen disabling a user form's close button changing a user form's size zooming and scrolling a sheet from a user form list box techniques adding items to a list box control determining the selected item in a list box determining multiple selections in a list box multiple lists in a single list box list box item transfer moving items in a list box working with multicolumn list box controls using a list box to select worksheet rows using a list box to activate a sheet filtering a list box from a text box using the multi page control in a user form using an external control animating a label chapter 15: advanced user form techniques a modeless dialog box displaying a progress indicator creating a stand-alone progress indicator showing a progress indicator that's integrated into a user form creating a non-graphical progress indicator creating wizards setting up the multi page control for the wizard adding the buttons to the wizard's user form programming the wizard's buttons programming dependencies in a wizard performing the task with the wizard emulating the msg box function msg box emulation: my msg box code how the my msg box function works using the my msg box function a user form with movable controls a user form with no title bar simulating a toolbar with a user form emulating a task pane with a user form a resizable user form handling multiple user form controls with one event handler selecting a color in a user form displaying a chart in a user form saving a chart as a gif file changing the image control's picture property making a user form semitransparent a puzzle on a user form video poker on a user form part iv: developing excel applications chapter 16: creating and using add-ins what is an add-in? comparing an add-in with a standard workbook why create add-ins? understanding excel's add-in manager creating an add-in an add-in example adding descriptive information for the example add-in creating an add-in installing an add-in testing the add-in distributing an add-in modifying an add-in comparing xlam and xlsm files xlam file vba collection membership visibility of xlsm and xlam files worksheets and chart sheets in xlsm and xlam files accessing vba procedures in an add-in manipulating add-ins with vba adding an item to the add ins collection removing an item from the add ins collection add in object properties accessing an add-in as a workbook add in object events optimizing the performance of add-ins special problems with add-ins ensuring that an add-in is installed referencing other files from an add-in detecting the proper excel version for your add-in chapter 17: working with the ribbon ribbon basics customizing the ribbon adding a button to the ribbon adding a button to the quick access toolbar understanding the limitations of ribbon customization creating a custom ribbon adding a button to an existing tab adding a check box to an existing tab ribbon controls demo a dynamic menu control example more on ribbon customization using vba with the ribbon accessing a ribbon control working with the ribbon activating a tab creating an old-style toolbar limitations of old-style toolbars in excel 2007 and later code to create a toolbar chapter 18: working with shortcut menus command bar overview command bar types listing shortcut menus referring to command bars referring to controls in a command bar properties of command bar controls displaying all shortcut menu items using vba to customize shortcut menus shortcut menu and the single-document interface resetting a shortcut menu disabling a shortcut menu disabling shortcut menu items adding a new item to the cell shortcut menu adding a submenu to a shortcut menu limiting a shortcut menu to a single workbook shortcut menus and events adding and deleting menus automatically disabling or hiding shortcut menu items creating a context-sensitive shortcut menu chapter 19: providing help for your applications help for your excel applications help systems that use excel components using cell comments for help using a text box for help using a worksheet to display help text displaying help in a user form displaying help in a web browser using html files using an mhtml file using the html help system using the help method to display html help associating a help file with your application associating a help topic with a vba function chapter 20: leveraging class modules what is a class module? built-in class modules custom class modules creating a num lock class inserting a class module adding vba code to the class module using the c num lock class coding properties, methods and events programming properties of objects programming methods for objects class module events exposing a query table event creating a class to 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