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"Microsoft Visual Basic Help" in Excel 2007

  Asked By: Sienna    Date: Feb 17    Category: MS Office    Views: 872

I am alone in finding the "Microsoft Visual Basic Help" in Excel 2007
to be rather hopeless and worse than Excel 2003? I particularly miss
the "See also" links that used to exist.

Also, whilst exploring the datediff() function that was mentioned in
this group last week, I found that entering "datediff" (with 2 "f"s) as
a search term returned no results, whereas entering "datedif" (with
1 "f") gave one result: the "DateDiff" function (with 2 "f"s)!

What do other Excel 2007 users on this group use as a reference guide
to functions, etc?



1 Answer Found

Answer #1    Answered By: Marta Kim     Answered On: Feb 17

I keep a 3-ring binder as a journal of code snippets & interesting function
solutions from past projects. I 'log' the date in the upper right page corner
then give it a functional 'category' it relates to. A spreadsheet is kept by
sorting on the category then sorting by date. Pretty easy to find related info
pretty fast.

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