Finally, developing applications using Excel is not rocket science. If you are familiar with either Excel or a programming language, especially Visual Basic, you will be successful, provided you have a genuine interest in acquiring the skill.
If you have a good background using Excel, then you won't have to work so hard to understand the Excel object model, which is just a fancy term for the way that you refer to various Excel objects programmatically. You should focus initially on the basics of learning VBA.
If you have a background with another programming language, you'll find VBA very easy to pick up. You'll need to spend more time becoming familiar with the Excel object model.
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