Speaking to knowledgeable professionals, this guide is geared toward developers whose job it is to maintain a business's fundamental applications using Office 2000. The CD-ROM contains third-party controls and development tools, along with the full source code of the many applications featured in the book.
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Office 2000 offers the strongest programming features ever, but in order to exploit them to their fullest you'll need some help. The Microsoft Office 2000 Developer's Guide compresses author D.F. Scott's years of experience into just under 1,000 pages of programmer-friendly text.
This book builds your knowledge from the ground up. You'll get a complete explication of the features of Visual Basic for Applications, from entry-level concepts to getting VBA integrated smoothly with your applications. The second section continues this thread in four different directions, one for each of the main Office components--Word, Access, Excel, and PowerPoint. You won't get a series of lists of instructions, since programming is a matter of adapting solutions to unique problems. You will get a firm grasp of the powerful tools included with VBA, along with which should serve you well in your development process.
Summaries outlining key points keep the information fresh, and the CD-ROM contains the source code mentioned in the text as well as the JWalk Power Utility Pak and other tools. If it's time for you to explore the depths of your software, make sure you have the Microsoft Office 2000 Developer's Guide on hand to keep you on track. --Rob LightnerAbout the Author:
D. F. Scott has one of the longest running bylines in the history of computing journalism, having inaugurated his first programming column in 1984. For more than two decades, Scott has made significant contributions to the way people work. His published analyses and tutorials date back to when the 6502 was a popular processor, and when hard disk drives were referred to as "Winchesters." Scott's articles on programming and new technologies have appeared in such prominent publications as Computer Shopper, and Computer Monthly, as well as in one of the 1980's most prolific journals for computer enthusiasts, ANALOG Computing. One of the world's first online moderators, Scott co-founded the Computer Shopper Information Exchange in 1987, which was among the first to publish electronic articles from a major magazine publisher for public download, and only the second (after Byte) to publish original articles with the publisher's brand name and staff. Today, Scott continues to diligently work to extend, revise, and perfect the systems with which the world disseminates digital information.
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