My off-the-cuff recruit a new VBA programmer week comment got a modest amount of traction around the ‘tubes. Yet, I didn’t want to wait a whole year to provide these links. From msdn’s Getting Started with VBA… series.
Are you facing a repetitive clean up of fifty tables in Word 2010? Do you want a particular document to prompt the user for input when it opens? Are you having difficulty figuring out how to get your contacts from Microsoft Outlook 2010 into a Microsoft Excel 2010 spreadsheet efficiently?
You can perform these tasks and accomplish a great deal more by using VBA for Office 2010-a simple, but powerful programming language that you can use to extend Office 2010 applications.