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Old September 28th, 2005, 12:07 PM
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Can anyone recommend some good Training videos and a good place to find and buy them.

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A better way to learn is with books and type in the code samples. VBA or programming is not really a good subject for Video. That is why there are some many books and very few videos (is any) on the subject.

I would get the VBA Developer's Handbook.

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Thank you. I will look into that book



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