Description - Excel Programming Weekend Crash Course by Peter G. Aitken
Thirty clearly defined lessons take the reader from understanding the parts of an Excel application into building applications to work with data, formulas, charts, and the enhanced XML capabilities of the new Excel "X". The book is designed to teach the core concepts of Excel over a weekend or in just fifteen hours, with each session being thirty minutes. It is applicable to Excel 2000, Excel 2002, and the latest release, Excel 2003. It helps Excel power users in fields, such as accounting, finance, operations management, and market research to begin automating data manipulation in Excel quickly, so they can handle real-world projects. It is a how-to guide to using Excel's programmability to create custom data-processing and analysis solutions. It covers security, debugging, and error handling. The companion Web site includes sample files, projects, and test enginewith self-assessment exam.
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(233mm x 189mm x 26mm)
Hungry Minds Inc,U.S.
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons Inc
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Author Biography - Peter G. Aitken
Peter G. Aitken has been writing about computers and programming for over 10 years, with some 30 books as well as hundreds of magazine and trade publication articles to his credit. His recent book titles include Visual Basic .NET Programming with Peter Aitken, Office XP Development with VBA, XML the Microsoft Way, Windows Script Host, and Teach Yourself Visual Basic .NET Internet Programming in 21 Days. For several years he was a Contributing Editor at Visual Developer Magazine where he wrote a popular Visual Basic column. He is a regular contributor to Microsoft OfficePro magazine and the DevX Web site. Peter is the proprietor of PGA Consulting, providing custom application and Internet development to business, academia, and government since 1994.