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Exploring Visual Basic for Applications (VBA)

Microsoft Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) is a high-level programming language developed for the purpose of creating Windows applications. A common set of VBA instructions can be used with all Microsoft Office products, and each product also has its own set. VBA includes hundreds of commands and can be extended indefinitely with third-party controls and routines you write yourself.

You can use VBA to integrate features of Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Outlook, and other applications, as well as Access. If you work with Office applications and have any interest in programming, VBA is well worth learning. This topic provides an overview of VBA. For more information about this subject, see the VBA online Help file and other books from Microsoft Press.


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