IN THIS CHAPTER
The VBA variables you learned about in the Chapter 3, “Understanding Program Variables,” don’t amount to a hill of beans unless you do something with them. In other words, a procedure or function is merely a lifeless collection of
Dim statements until you define some kind of relationship among the variables and your program objects. (I’ll talk about the latter in Chapter 5, “Working with Objects.”)
To establish these relationships, you need to create expressions that perform calculations ...