Visual Basic, 7th Ed (Easy Steps)
Friday, 11 August 2023

In this book, which is in the "In Easy Steps" series of full-color books aimed at beginners, Mike McGrath shows hows how to create Windows applications using Visual Basic the latest Visual Studio Community programming environment. Now in its 7th edition, the book includes examples with free downloadable code, and is aimed at readers wanting to quickly understand Visual Basic fundamentals and master the key techniques.

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Author: Mike McGrath
Publisher: Easy Steps
Date: November 2022
Pages: 192
ISBN: 978-1840789768
Print: 184078976X
Kindle: B0BLVYB9ZB
Audience: General
Level: Introductory
Category: Visual Studio

Topics include:

  • Form controls, application properties, the programming language, live code analysis, problem-solving and debugging techniques.
  • Creating macros for Word and Excel in Microsoft Office, using VBA.
  • Manipulating files and data using VBScript.
  • Incorporating external data into your applications from text files, Excel spreadsheets, XML documents, live RSS web feeds, and SQL databases.

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