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3 103. 7 Event excel 2016 . 8 Arrays ..131. 9 Creating Classes and Collections ..139. 10 Userforms: An Introduction ..157. VBA and Macros 11 Data Mining with Advanced Filter ..177. 12 Using VBA to Create Pivot Tables ..211. 13 excel Power ..251. 14 Sample User-Defined Functions ..283. 15 Creating Charts ..309. 16 Data Visualizations and Conditional Formatting ..333. 17 Dashboarding with Sparklines in excel 18 Reading from and Writing to the Web ..375. 19 Text File Processing ..391. 20 Automating Word ..405. 21 Using Access as a Back End to Enhance Multiuser Access to Data.
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9 excel VBA Power .. 2. Techie Stuff Needed to Produce Applications .. 2. Does This Book Teach excel ?.. 2. The Future of VBA and Windows Versions of 4. Versions of excel .. 4. Differences for Mac Users .. 4. Special Elements and Typographical 5. Code Files .. 5. Next 5. 1 Unleashing the Power of excel with VBA .. 7. The Power of excel .. 7. Barriers to Entry .. 7. The macro Recorder Doesn't Work! .. 7. No One on the excel Team Is Focused on the macro Recorder .. 8. Visual Basic Is Not Like 8. Good News: Climbing the Learning Curve Is Easy.
10 9. Great News: excel with VBA Is Worth the 9. Knowing Your Tools: The Developer Tab .. 9. Understanding Which File Types Allow 10. macro Security .. 12. Adding a Trusted 12. Using macro Settings to Enable Macros in Workbooks Outside Trusted 13. Using Disable All Macros with 14. Overview of Recording, Storing, and Running a macro .. 14. Filling Out the Record macro Dialog .. 15. Running a macro .. 16. Creating a macro Button on the 16. Creating a macro Button on the Quick Access Toolbar .. 17. Assigning a macro to a Form Control, Text Box, or Shape.