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Title:
Learning Word Programming
Author:
Steven Roman
ISBN:
1 56592 524 6
Publisher:
O'Reilly
Pages:
388pp
Price:
£19-95
Reviewer:
Francis Glassborow
Subject:
basic; MS Windows
Appeared in:
11-3
Those of you familiar with Microsoft Word will know that it comes complete with a scripting language (VBA) so that you can add very sophisticated macros to the extensive basic tools already available. One problem is that even the power user will be reluctant to spend many hours learning VBA just to provide some simple enhancement. This book fills that gap by providing what is essentially a tutorial on VBA but specifically aimed at its use for MS Word.

If this is something you want or need to learn about this is as good a place to learn as I have come across.