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1.3 Topics in Learning Excel Programming
To help you get an overall two-dimensional picture of the Excel object model, as well as detailed
local views, I have written special object browser software. (The object browser comes with over
a dozen other object models as well.) For more information, please visit .
Whether you are interested in Excel programming to be more efficient in your own work or to
make money writing Excel programs for others to use, I think you will enjoy the increased sense
of power that you get by knowing how to manipulate Excel at the programming level. And
because Excel programming involves accessing the Excel object model by using the Visual Basic
for Applications programming language—the same programming language used in Microsoft
Word, Access, and PowerPoint—after reading this topic, you will be half-way to being a Word,
Access, and PowerPoint programmer as well!
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