Table of contents for VBA for the 2007 Microsoft Office system / Paul McFedries.

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Table of Contents
(c)Contents at a Glance
Part I		Getting Started with VBA
1	Creating and Running Recorded Macros
2	Writing Your Own Macros
3	Understanding Program Variables
4	Building VBA Expressions
5	Working with Objects
6	Controlling Your VBA Code
Part II	Putting VBA to Work
7	Programming Word
8	Programming Excel
9	Programming PowerPoint
10	Programming Access Databases
11	Programming Outlook E-Mail
Part III	Getting the Most Out of VBA
12	Creating Custom VBA Dialog Boxes
13	Creating Custom Menus and Toolbars
14	Working with Other Applications
15	VBA Tips and Techniques
16	Debugging VBA Procedures
Part 4 Appendixes
Appendix A	VBA Statements
Appendix B	VBA Functions
 (c)About the Author
Paul McFedries is well-known as a teacher of Office, Windows, and programming, particularly VBA. He is the president of Logophilia Limited, a technical writing company. Paul started programming when he was a teenager in the mid-1970s and has worked with everything from mainframes to desktops to bar code scanners. He has programmed in many different languages, including Fortran, assembly language, C++, Java, JavaScript, Visual Basic, and VBScript. He has been writing programs for PCs for more than 25 years, and has been developing VBA applications since Microsoft first added VBA to the Office suite in 1994. Now primarily a writer, Paul has written more than 50 books that have sold more than three million copies worldwide. These books include Access 2007 Forms, Reports, and Queries (Que, 2007), Formulas and Functions with Excel 2007 (Que, 2007), Tricks of the Office 2007 Gurus (Que, 2007), and Windows Vista Unleashed (Sams, 2006).
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Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Microsoft Office.
Microsoft Visual Basic for applications.
Business -- Computer programs.
Integrated software.