Final Note on VBA

There is a lot more to the VBA language than we have covered here. In fact, the VBA reference manual is about 300 pages long. However, we have covered the main points needed to begin Excel VBA programming.[1]

1' If you'd like a good reference guide to the VBA language, see VB & VBA in a Nutshell: The Language, written by Paul Lomax and published by O'Reilly & Associates.

Actually, many Excel VBA programming tasks require only a small portion of VBA's features and you will probably find yourself wrestling much more with Excel's object model than with the VBA language itself.

We conclude our discussion of the VBA language per se with a brief outline of topics for further study, which you can do using the VBA help files.

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