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Advanced modelling in finance using Excel and VBA
by Mary Jackson; Price: $52.50 (30% off)
Customer Review: This is probably the best book written on financial modeling in excel, definitely worth the $50. Comes with a great CD-ROM. The books strength is its illustration of financial models and implantation in Excel. Since the models focus on static solutions the book is probably of greater use in academics than in industry. It wou... [read more]

Excel 2003 Power Programming with VBA
by John Walkenbach; Price: $33.99 (32% off)
Customer Review: Needing to finish my first Excel add-in, and frustrated by the incompleteness and obscurity of MS''s help system, I picked up this book after reading warm recommendations from readers of earlier versions.If you have never programmed Excel before, but have programmed a tiny bit in some other language, and do not have great a... [read more]

Excel 2002 VBA: Programmers Reference
by Rob Bovey; Price: $27.19 (32% off)
Customer Review: I am an IT consultant with limited programming exposure, but good Excel knowledge. I had a sudden Excel VBA work requirement that meant I had to get going fast. Had heard this was not a book to get started on, but not true, and wouldn''t have wanted to learn any other way. No messing around - get stuck in with real world busi... [read more]

Financial Modeling Using Excel and VBA
by Chandan Sengupta; Price: $64.60 (32% off)
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Microsoft® Excel 2000 Power Programming with VBA
by John Walkenbach; Price: $33.99 (32% off)
Customer Review: I am always a bit skeptical when another computer book that is several inches thick is released. Surprisingly there is useful material throughout this volume. Walkenbach covers Excel programming from start to finish in a way that programmers of all levels will understand. He begins with a bit of Excel history and moves into ... [read more]

Excel 2002 Power Programming with VBA
by John Walkenbach; Price: $33.99 (32% off)
Customer Review: This book can be included in the handy tool category, a "must have" for non-programmers who want to give their Excel applications a professional look as well as get the most out of Excel without wasting much time and effort. Word of caution, a bit of familiarity with visual basic as a language and the controls etc. will be v... [read more]

Microsoft Excel 2002 Visual Basic for Applications Step by Step
by Reed Jacobson; Price: $27.19 (32% off)
Customer Review: Although this book is indeed introductory and would not qualify as a reference manual it is the best resource that I have found to teach VBA object programming to my students. The examples are great and with the exception of Chapter 6 on Pivot Tables, maybe too difficult for a beginner, I agree with the good reviews of this ... [read more]

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