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Optimizing VBA Code: Part Two: Loops

This is part two of “Optimizing VBA Code.” You do not need to read Part One: Variables to use the information in this article, but I hope you do. The material in both articles is derived from my book, The Secret Life of Word. This article is also available in PDF form.

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Optimizing VBA Code: Part One: Variables

This is the first in a series of articles about optimizing VBA (Visual Basic for Applications) code. The information here is drawn from my book, The Secret Life of Word: A Professional Writer’s Guide to Microsoft Word Automation. This article is also available in PDF form

VBA is known to be a slow language. Often […]

Robert Delwood Interview

Robert Delwood, author of The Secret Life of Word: A Professional Writer’s Guide to Microsoft Word Automation, was interviewed by Robert Reynolds in the latest issue of sound.views, the newsletter of the Puget Sound Chapter of the STC.

The interview discusses Robert’s approach to Microsoft Word automation, and how he uses automation […]

XML Press Newsletter — Summer, 2011

The latest edition of the XML Press Newsletter is now available in HTML and PDF formats. This edition is devoted to three new releases:

Learning Author-it, by Char James-Tanny, The Secret Life of Word, by Robert Delwood, and The Boost C++ Libraries, by Boris Schäling. Newsletter Sign-up

You can sign up to receive occasional […]

STC Summit 2011 — Update

XML Press will be at the STC SummitThe Secret Life of Word, Char James-Tanny’s Learning Author-it, sponsor a tweet up, have a table in the Consultant’s Corner, and offer XML Press books in the conference book store. Join us for what promises to be a great learning, networking, and fun event. […]

April News Letter

The April edition of the XML Press Newsletter is now available in HTML or PDF form.

We have news about a new book from Robert Delwood, the Kindle edition of Conversation and Community: The Social Web for Documentation, and a bunch of events involving XML Press authors.

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