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Developing Microsoft Office Solutions: Answers for Office 2003, Office XP,…

by Ken Bluttman

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Microsoft Office is far and away the leading business productivity suite. There is great demand for custom solutions based upon Office for individual companies or industries. While there are several books on developing solutions based on Excel or Access, there are very few which deal with integrated solutions using multiple pieces of Office. Developing Microsoft Office Solutions starts by explaining the inner workings of Office- the objects, components, VBA, etc. Then it quickly moves into covering the development of real workplace custom applications, starting with user requirements, moving through VB and VBA programming, and finishing with the delivery of the final product. The author calls upon his experience to consider both the technical and the human aspects of development, such as turning the sometimes nebulous user requirements into clear logical steps. Bluttman covers the new XML-related features of Office 2003, and how to program Web services interaction. The book concludes with five case studies drawn from everyday business activities. All VB and VBA programmers will find this an invaluable guide.

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