Category: Excel

Microsoft Excel 2019 VBA and Macros

I received my paperback copy of Microsoft Excel 2019 VBA and Macros, by Bill Jelen and Tracy Syrstad, on December 31, 2018. I finally managed to work my way through it cover to cover and highly recommend this book for anyone wanting to learn how to be more productive with Excel using VBA.

This book presents a wide range of topics where you will learn how to take advantage of VBA and the new features available in Excel 2019. With the assumption that you already know how to use Excel, this book helps you to understand and take advantage of the many capabilities and features of VBA itself to enhance your experience as a user and to create effective and efficient applications.

If you want to increase your productivity with Excel 2019, then I highly recommend getting your copy of Microsoft Excel 2019 VBA and Macros. This is another welcome addition to our growing library of Excel books.

  • ISBN-13: 978-1-5093-0611-4
  • ISBN-10: 1-5093-0611-0
  • Pages: 585

Accompanying Excel workbooks with code, data sets, and bonus macros are available online for download.

Until Next Time – STAY lean!

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Excel Resources

I recently discovered a website titled “Excel Off The Grid” while doing some research for one of our projects.  The post I read was well written, succinct, and the examples were easy to follow.  Although our application required a little more depth, the information presented would be more than sufficient for most people wanting to use the features as discussed.

As I often receive requests from web masters to post links to their Excel based sites, I am quite particular on those that make the list.  I will only feature web sites that I have learned to trust over time and the information provided serves a greater benefit to the Excel community.

After reviewing a number of posts on “Excel Off The Grid“, I found the information presented to be relevant, helpful, and some not readily found in your typical Excel books and distinguishes this site from others.

Excel Off The Grid is insightful and worth the time to learn a little more about the world’s most powerful spreadsheet application.

 

 

Until Next Time – STAY lean!
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