VBA

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VBAVisual BASIC for Applications (Microsoft)
VBAVeterans Benefits Administration
VBAVoxel-Based Analysis (radiology)
VBAVisual Boy Advance (gaming)
VBAVery Basic Acronym
VBAVisual Basic for Applications
VBAVeterans Benefits Act
VBAVirginia Bar Association (Richmond, Virginia)
VBAVermont Bar Association (Montpelier, VT)
VBAVillage Business Association (California)
VBAValue Based Management
VBAVideo Based Analysis (education)
VBAVirtual Backup Appliance
VBAVideo Buffer Amplifier (electronics)
VBAVulcan Bagger Association (motorcycle club)
VBAVerein der Bibliothekare und Assistenten (Germany)
VBAVictorian Baseball Association (Australia)
VBAVermont Beekeepers Association
VBAVariable Balance Architecture
VBAVendor Buying Agreement
VBAVereniging Bloemenveiling Aalsmeer
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The system replaces proprietary scripting languages with the Visual Basic for Applications language used by Microsoft word-processing, spreadsheet, and database programs.
After setting out the essentials of Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) programming, he provides many applications with their associated programming code.
Powerful PowerPoint for educators; using Visual Basic for applications to make PowerPoint interactive, 2d ed.
You'll also find that you can step up easily and edit those macros in Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) to perform more sophisticated automated tasks.
Empirix Inc's business unit RSW Software has licensed Microsoft Corp's Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) technology for inclusion in the next release of its e-TEST web application testing suite.
Denmark) introduces business students to programming with Visual Basic for Applications, which is used for manipulating objects in Microsoft Office applications.
Writing for the professional software developer familiar with Visual BASIC for Applications (VBA), McGrath (a programming writer at Microsoft) and Stubbs (a program manager with the VSTO team at Microsoft) present a guide to transitioning from using VBA for Office development to using Visual Basic 2005 and Visual Studio 2005 Tools for Office (VSTO) for the same purpose.
Intended for advanced Excel users, this guide introduces the macro language Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) and techniques for automating the tedious tasks of importing data and generating reports with Excel.
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