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    Anyone have book suggestions for advanced vba, not beginner? Especially Word but any vba will probably do.

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    You'll find lots of recommendations here: MouseTrax - Recommended Books. Note that they are not just for VBA, but you'll find the VBA books easily enough.


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    In addition to the list Hans suggested, another good resource is the Microsoft Office 2000/Visual Basic Programmer's Guide - some of the information is now a bit dated, but the core information there is very worthwhile if you're interested in advanced VBA.

    This book also has the benefit of being online and free - as you can access it on MDSN here.

    Gary

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    The VBA Developer's Handbook by Getz and Gilbert is very good. It's more "pure" VBA than application-specific.
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    Microsoft MVP - Excel

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