Published August 1, 2004
by Hentzenwerke Publishing .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||334|
For anyone wanting to write macros in , this is a superb book. It's written in a style that is easy to read, but it still manages to be useful as a reference. The first few chapters introduce OOo's dialect of Basic, which should be useful for new programmers.3/5. OOo macro programming is definitely not trivial, therefore, neither is this book. It is big. There are a lot of code snippets and examples, but you will still probably need to go the Macros and API section of the OOo online forum for help when it actually comes time to write your macro(s)/5. This book provides an introduction to the creation and management of macros in OpenOffice. Numerous examples and explanations demonstrate proper techniques and discuss known problems and solutions. The underlying data structure is discussed and techniques are introduced to evaluate OpenOffice objects, facilitating the use of returned objects in. Macros Explained by Andrew Pitonyak, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.
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Get this from a library! macros explained. [Andrew Douglas Pitonyak; C Robert Pearsall; Jean Hollis Weber; Amy Boyer] -- Providing complete and thorough coverage of macro programming in , this guide teaches users to create their own macros and to understand their underlying structure. An introduction to. Like the rest of Calc can be programmed using the built-in language OOoBasic. Both simple macros and complex applications can be developed in this language by controlling Calc through its object model. The book is compatible with the commercial version of , StarOffice, and the StarBasic language. Get this from a library! macros explained. [Andrew Pitonyak; C Pearsall; Jean Hollis Weber; Amy Boyer] -- Annotation This book provides an introduction to the creation and management of macros in OpenOffice. Numerous examples and explanations demonstrate proper techniques and discuss known problems and. There are other methods to run a macro. For example, use Tools > Macros > Organize Macros > Basic to open the macro organizer, which contains a Run button as well. The author, an avid macro writer, prefers the macro organizer because the dialog usually opens faster, but the selection process may be slightly slower.