After you identify user needs, determine the approach that you'll take to meet those needs, and decide on the components that you'll use for the user interface, it's time to get down to the nitty-gritty and start creating the application. This step, of course, comprises a great deal of the total time that you spend on a particular project.
How you go about developing the application depends on your own personal style and the nature of the application. Except for simple fill-in-the-blanks template workbooks, your application will probably use macros. Developing the macros is the tough part. It's easy to create macros in Excel, but it's difficult to create good macros.
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