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Microsoft Project VBA Reference Material

If you are interested in Project VBA you can now find a chapter I wrote on Project VBA for Que Publishing online here.

It goes through the basics of working with the visual basic editor, debugging, and gives several code examples. I'm a bit surprised to find it free on the internet from the publisher so go get it while it is still there.

Even though the chapter is about Project 2002, the information should apply to Project 2000 and Project 2003. There have not been many changes except to events. Just looking at this:

"When you have code with a large number of steps and you know only the initial state and the outcome, it is difficult to figure out where the root of your problem lies. The VBE provides the ability to view your code as it executes and to check the values of your variables. The main tools to do this are breakpoints, watches, and the Immediate window.

reminds me that I should put together a few posts on debugging...


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I want a project in vb and vba


I want the training in vb

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