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■ This chapter used a few Word objects as examples. To get the full scoop on other objects available in Word, see Chapter 7, "Programming Word," p. 115.

■ For the details on Excel's objects, see Chapter 8, "Programming Excel," p. 139.

■ Controlling code often depends on interaction with the user. For example, you might use If...Then...Else to test the value of a check box, or Select Case to process a group of option buttons. To find out more about these topics, see Chapter 12, "Creating Custom VBA Dialog Boxes," p. 237.

■ A big part of procedure control involves anticipating potential user errors. To learn more about this topic, see Chapter 16, "Debugging VBA Procedures," p. 337.

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