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Chapter 30. Working with VBA and FrontPa... > Introduction to Programming with Vis...

Introduction to Programming with Visual Basic for Applications

Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) is easily one of the most powerful features of FrontPage. It is also one of the least utilized. Unlike most other Office applications, FrontPage does not provide a macro recorder. If you want a macro for FrontPage, you have to write it yourself, and many users of FrontPage are uneasy about delving into this area. In fact, writing macros is much easier than most people think, and once you start writing code, you'll find that there's almost no limit to what you can accomplish.

The purpose of this chapter is not to teach you the syntax of VBA code or to teach you all the facets of programming macros in FrontPage. Instead, the intent is to give you enough information to get your feet wet. It's important to realize that the best method for learning how to write any kind of code is to jump right in and start coding. Hopefully, this chapter will provide you with the foundation to do just that.


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