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Old June 14th, 2005, 09:17 PM
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If I am attempting to slowly learn vba for Office but eventually want to learn how to integrate access, excel, and word, should i be reading the vba books or the .net books? I'm confused about what's newer and or more useful?

 
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Hi,

I'm not in any way endorsing any specific book, but I keep a copy of the Wrox Excel 2000 reference manual on my desk which contains adequate details on Automation to help you get started.

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I'm pretty adept at excel itself but am trying to advance my vba skills. I would like to know where vba.net fits in with my effort to learn how to integrate data between excel and access.

 
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Hi xeugx
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quote: should i be reading the vba books or the .net books?
You want to read the VBA books.

VBA is short for "Visual Basic for Applications" which is the one embedded in MS Office.

Visual Basic .NET is more like Java and C++ and Visual Basic Script (VBS) is another scripting language.






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