Microsoft Office 2000/Visual Basic Programmer's Guide

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The Microsoft Office 2000/Visual Basic Programmer's Guide describes how to use the applications and components in Microsoft Office 2000 to build custom solutions. This guide is the definitive resource for developers who are creating custom solutions based on Office applications. From the overall design of your solution to the nitty-gritty details of implementing it, this book tells you what you need to know to get things done quickly and productively.


Part 1 Planning Office Solutions

Chapter 1 Understanding Office Solution Development

Chapter 2 Designing and Deploying Office Solutions

Part 2 Developing Office Solutions

Chapter 3 Writing Solid Code

Chapter 4 Understanding Office Objects and Object Models

Chapter 5 Working with Office Applications

Chapter 6 Working with Shared Office Components

Chapter 7 Getting the Most Out of Visual Basic for Applications

Chapter 8 Error Handling and Debugging

Chapter 9 Custom Classes and Objects

Chapter 10 The Windows API and Other Dynamic-Link Libraries

Chapter 11 Add-ins, Templates, Wizards, and Libraries

Chapter 12 Using Web Technologies

Chapter 13 Adding Help to Your Custom Solution

Part 3 Working with Data in Office Solutions

Chapter 14 Working with the Data Access Components of an Office Solution

Chapter 15 Retrieving and Analyzing Data

Chapter 16 Multiuser Database Solutions

Part 4 Securing Office Solutions

Chapter 17 Securing Office Documents and Visual Basic for Applications Code

Chapter 18 Securing Access Databases