Appendix A. VBA Statements

Throughout this book, I’ve introduced you to various VBA statements. (It’s worth mentioning here that a statement is any VBA keyword or construct that isn’t a function, object, property, or method.) These statements appeared on an “as-needed” basis whenever I wanted to explain a particular VBA topic (such as If...Then...Else and the other control structures you saw in Chapter 6, “Controlling Your VBA Code”). Although I covered many VBA statements in this book, I bypassed quite a few in the interests of brevity and simplicity.

In an effort to put some finishing touches on our VBA coverage, this appendix presents a brief, but complete, look at every VBA statement. I give you the name of the statement, the arguments ...

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