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VBA (Visual Basic for Applications) A subset of Visual Basic that provides a common language for customizing Microsoft applications. VBA supports COM, which allows a VBA script to invoke internal functions within Excel, Word and other COM-based programs or to make use of for the 2007 Microsoft Office Microsoft's primary desktop applications for Windows and Mac. Depending on the package, it includes some combination of Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access and Outlook along with various Internet and other utilities. system.
A component of the 2007 Microsoft Office System, Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) allows users to automate To turn a set of manual steps into an operation that goes by itself. See automation. all kinds of routine tasks in Office applications. Aimed at those who wish to streamline their workflow, this text introduces the VBA language and explains how to use it to create application macros. No prior programming experience is assumed on the part of the reader. A programmer (1) A hardware device used to customize a programmable logic chip such as a PAL, GAL, EPROM, etc. See PROM programmer.
(2) A person who designs the logic for and writes the lines of codes of a computer program. and author of more than 50 books, McFedries has been developing VBA applications since 1994.
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