Professional Excel Development: The Definitive Guide to Developing Applications Using Microsoft Excel, Vba, and .Net Capa comum – 16 maio 2009
Detalhes do produto
- Editora : Addison-Wesley Professional; 2nd ed. edição (16 maio 2009)
- Idioma : Inglês
- Capa comum : 1156 páginas
- ISBN-10 : 0321508793
- ISBN-13 : 978-0321508799
- Dimensões : 17.15 x 5.72 x 22.86 cm
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- Nº 2,040 em Importados de Redes , Protocolos e APIs
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Descrição do produto
"As Excel applications become more complex and the Windows development platform more powerful, Excel developers need books like this to help them evolve their solutions to the next level of sophistication. ""Professional Excel Development ""is a book for developers who want to build powerful, state-of-the-art Excel applications using the latest Microsoft technologies." -Gabhan Berry, Program Manager, Excel Programmability, Microsoft "The first edition of ""Professional Excel Development ""is my most-consulted and most-recommended book on Office development. The second edition expands both the depth and range. It shines because it takes every issue one step further than you expect. The book relies on the authors' current, real-world experience to cover not only how a feature works, but also the practical implications of using it in professional work." -Shauna Kelly, Director, Thendara Green "This book illustrates techniques that will result in well-designed, robust, and maintainable Excel-based applications. The authors' advice comes from decades of solid experience of designing and building applications. The practicality of the methods is well illustrated by the example timesheet application that is developed step-by-step through the book. Every serious Excel developer should read this and learn from it. I did." -Bill Manville, Application Developer, Bill Manville Associates The Start-to-Finish Guide to Building State-of-the-Art Solutions with Excel 2007 In this book, four world-class Microsoft(R) Excel developers offer start-to-finish guidance for building powerful, robust, and secure applications with Excel. The authors-three of whom have been honored by Microsoft as Excel Most Valuable Professionals (MVPs)-show how to consistently make the right design decisions and make the most of Excel's most powerful new features. Using their techniques, you can reduce development costs, time to market, and hassle-and "build more effective, successful solutions." Fully updated for Excel 2007, this book starts where other books on Excel programming leave off. Through a hands-on case study project, you'll discover best practices for planning, architecting, and building Excel applications that are robust, secure, easy to maintain, and highly usable. If you're a working developer, no other book on Excel programming offers you this much depth, insight, or value. - Design worksheets that will be more useful and reliable - Leverage built-in and application-specific add-ins - Construct applications that behave like independent Windows programs - Make the most of the new Ribbon user interface - Create cross-version applications that work with legacy versions of Excel - Utilize XML within Excel applications - Understand and use Windows API calls - Master VBA error handling, debugging, and performance optimization - Develop applications based on data stored in Access, SQL Server, and other databases - Build powerful visualization solutions with Excel charting engine - Learn how to work with VB.NET and leverage its IDE - Automate Microsoft Excel with VB.NET - Create managed COM add-ins for Microsoft Excel with VB.NET - Develop Excel solutions with Visual Studio Tools for Office (VSTO) - Integrate Excel with Web Services - Deploy applications more securely and efficiently
Sobre o Autor
Rob Bovey, President of Application Professionals, has developed several Excel add-ins shipped by Microsoft. He coauthored the Microsoft Excel 97 Developers Kit and Excel 2007 VBA Programmer's Reference. Dennis Wallentin has developed Excel solutions since the 1980s through his firm, XL-Dennis, based in Östersund, Sweden. Stephen Bullen, coauthor of The Excel 2007 VBA Programmer's Reference, owns Office Automation, Ltd., based in Essex, Ireland. John Green owns Execuplan Consulting, a Sydney, Australia-based consultancy specializing in Excel and Access development. Bovey, Bullen, and Green hold Microsoft's prestigious Most Valuable Professional (MVP) honor.
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Avaliado no Brasil em 17 de janeiro de 2019
Não é um livro para iniciantes, mas sim para quem tem experiência desenvolvendo em VBA. Os conceitos do livro já pressupoem essa experiência. Excelente livro, mas para usuários avançados.
Avaliado no Brasil em 17 de abril de 2015
O livro é excelente. Aborda de uma forma bastante didática a automação de escritório usando o Excel. E só deixou de ganhar 5 estrelas porque a versão Kindle é mal diagramada, principalmente as listagens de código, e não vem com um link para fazer o download do conteúdo do CD que acompanha a versão impressa.
Principais avaliações de outros países
Excellent book but don't get all dazzled about itAvaliado no Reino Unido em 3 de dezembro de 2017
Excellent book but don't get all dazzled about it. You are well advised to read and know the following book in advance Excel 2010 Power Programming With VBA and Excel 2010 Formulas both by John Walkenbach. I am not plugging the chap but all I can say it that after reading so many books on Excel VBA and etc. these are the only books worth reading and knowing. So my recommendation is first read and know the books before you tackle this one.
It's out of dateAvaliado no Reino Unido em 25 de agosto de 2018
I bought this book because it hinted that it deals with Excel 2010. But it doesn't really. Most of the book is dedicated to 2007, the sections on the Ribbon seem very outdated and the link to the website is now invalid as the authors are not planning to update the text. It was not money well spent as far as I'm concerned.
This is brilliant but aimed at a high level of userAvaliado no Reino Unido em 27 de outubro de 2014
This is brilliant but aimed at a high level of user. I already had a good though rusty knowledge of Excel to VBA level and using this book has got me back to a professional level. However it's definitely not for beginners or even those with a good knowledge of spreadsheets unless you have experience of programming.
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"Definitive" is the wordAvaliado no Reino Unido em 7 de agosto de 2015
I've been working with Excel since 1986 and developing in it since the 90s, so naturally a great deal in this book was already familiar. But there was more than enough that I didn't know to make it worth the price.
This is the Bible for serious Excel DevelopersAvaliado no Reino Unido em 22 de agosto de 2013
If you're new to Excel this isn't for you. If you're already a professional developer, looking to be an expert in developing Excel too, then seriously, look no further. This is the book the professionals use.