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Interestingly enough, you can perform targeted searches with Google that work far better than vendor search engines in many cases. Don't bother with the standard search in this case use the advanced search at en. Now, here's the special search technique to remember. You enter your keywords as normal in the Find Results area. However, you filter those results by adding to the Domain field the Microsoft domain you want to search. For example, if you want to search the Microsoft Office content, type office.microsoft.com in the Domain field. Likewise, if you want to find technical information, type msdn.microsoft.com or msdn2.microsoft.com in the Domain field. Don't forget to check the blogs in the blogs.msdn.com domain. Lest you think that the blogs aren't helpful, I found over 3,100 blog entries related to VBA while writing this book.
Appendix 1 provides a list of VBA keywords that are used in this book. The appendix provides a description of the keyword, its syntax, one or more examples of its use, and reference to related keywords. The information is similar to what can be found in Excel's On-Line Help, but readers may find it helpful at those times when they are reading the book without simultaneous access to a PC.
If this seems a little confusing, don't worry. Just remember that ADO is a different object model that simply refers to the same objects in a different way, and by (sometimes) different names. When working with queries, just replace the DAO-specific keywords query and QueryDef with the new ADO keyword view. That's all you need to do.
The TOP keyword returns a certain number of records that fall at the top or bottom of a range specified by an ORDER BY clause. For example, suppose you want to select the five most expensive products The TOP predicate doesn't choose between equal values. If there are equal values present, the TOP keyword will return all rows that have the equal value.
Excel will automatically call for all of the server-side settings. These settings allow the OLAP administrators to push down formatting, language, and other properties to the consumers of their OLAP data. When using MDX queries via VBA, you will rarely need these settings. You can, for the most part, ignore any of the formatting-related keywords such as CELL PROPERTIES VALUE, FORMAT_STRING, LANGUAGE, BACK_COLOR, FORE_COLOR, FONT_FLAGS, and DIMENSION PROPERTIES PARENT_UNIQUE_NAME.
The GetKeyword method gets a command line option from the user. You must call InitializeUserInput to establish the list of keywords before you use this method. It returns the keyword the user entered exactly as the keyword list specified it. If you want, you can include a prompt to display on the command line while the function waits for user input. This method has the following syntax If the user tries to enter a string that's not in the keyword list, AutoCAD displays the error message Invalid option keyword in the command window. AutoCAD then tries to get valid user input by redisplaying the prompt if you specified one or by displaying a blank command line if you didn't. If you allow null input, the user can press Enter to return an empty string.
Many people don't realize that you can perform a keyword search on past newsgroup postings. Often, this is an excellent alternative to posting a question to the newsgroup because you can get the answer immediately. The best source for searching newsgroup postings is Google, at the following Web address
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