IN THIS INTRODUCTION
What Does VBA Have to Do with Macros?
What You Should Know Before Reading This Book
Visual Basic for Applications is a mouthful to say (which is why I’ll use the standard short form—VBA—from now on), but it also seems like it would be a real handful to learn. After all, this is a programming language we’re talking about, right?
True, but VBA was designed to be easy to learn and straightforward to apply. I’ve learned a couple of dozen programming languages over the past 30 years or so, and I can tell you that VBA is, hands down, the easiest language I’ve ever worked with.
Okay, but isn’t this stuff just for power users and the staff of ...
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