There is quite a community of VBAers around the place - here are some links that you may find useful if you are interested in this sort of stuff.
- ExcelExperts.com - spreadsheets for free from an old banking colleague of mine with more Excel experience than... hmm... well, Steve Balmer. Probably
- Bill Coan's Word Macro FAQ pages - I was rather retiscent to link to these because no matter how long I spend mine just aren't going to be as good
- MaRo's Excel Treffpunkt - looks to have a healthy volume of original content, as long as you can speak German
- Serenity Macros - there's a lot here about Word that's in a nice easy format to find - command-line switches, info on the Service Releases, that sort of thing
- Scott Matthewman's VBA Tips - a well organised, good looking and well written site with plenty of useful information
- Chris Devrell's Word VBA site - nicely laid out with useful information and free stuff to download
- Packword - a nice little freeware utility that creates Word documents that decompress on the fly
- programmingmsaccess.com - quite a few reasonable FAQs, some links to useful Microsoft technical articles
- Excel Templates, Add-ins & Training - as well as providing professional consultancy and training, Dave Hawley has an excellent volume of free-for-all Excel information on his site
- Quik and Dirty task guides - OneOnOne Computer Training's excellent free content - wide ranigng and comprehensively documented "hints and tips" with screenshots for both Excel and Word
- The HATT Yahoo Group - a discussion group for help authors - the Files..Software Tools section contains some useful freebie VBA routines by Steve Hudson and others for manipulating Word documents
- Worksheet.nlDutch-language site with tricks, hints, macros and a forum
- Gary Radley's VBA Tutor - six parts free of charge, pay for the other thirty six. Looks pretty good to me
If you have a VBA page and would like to appear here (or if you've seen a good one someone else did) then please
mail me. Either way, you may well want to head back to the index for my Visual Basic for Applications Pages.