on February 19, 2016
This book is not for reading from from front to back. I think it's more of a buffet, reference tome. As thick as it is, the content is rather easily accessible, easy to follow, and easy to understand, even with limited knowledge of programming.
on January 12, 2013
As a 30-year user and developer of thousands of spreadsheets, I was surprised at the amount of new and basic information I learned about MS Excel. I bought the book for some VBA insights and tips but ended up with much more. It does assume some basic knowledge and experience with MS Excel but is very well written, cross indexed, and supported with the included CD. I highly recommend the book for those who want to do more with MS Excel, and especially those who want to develop MS Excel-based applications.
on August 3, 2011
This is my second book purchase in John Walkenbach's VBA series, the first being Power Programming for Excel 2002. Like its predecessor, this book is clearly written with many helpful examples and is an excellent way to learn the ins and outs of VBA programming. I highly recommend it to all.
James Kelsh, CGA, CertIFR