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    Hi,

    I am pretty proficient in VBA so I'm not looking for a book on how to program in VBA. I am also pretty proficient in Excel and formulas (although pivot tables are my week spot). What I am looking for is a book that describes all the methods and procedures of all the various objects (i.e. range, cells, etc) and all of the classes. How they work/interact, when they can be used, etc. Also looking for a book on accessing SQL databases from VBA.

    Anyone have any suggestions?

    Thanks
    Don

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    Re: Recommendation for Excel / VBA books

    Hi! If you are a beginner, you must try this book... Microsoft Excel 2010 Introduction Quick Reference Guide by Beezix Inc.

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      Re: Recommendation for Excel / VBA books

      Is there a specific reason that you want a book? I only ask because the MSDN library has most of that information on there nowadays - it's just not often picked up by search engines because people ask questions on forums which get more hits than a developer website.

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