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MacTech's VBA to AppleScript Transition Guide

neilticktin (660748) writes | more than 7 years ago

Microsoft

neilticktin writes "VBA for Mac is going away with the next version (Microsoft Office 2008 for Mac). The solution for most Mac Office users is to migrate to AppleScript. MacTech Magazine is releasing an extensive 150 page guide as part of its April 2007 issue to help users make the transition, or get started with Office AppleScript. The super-size issue will be sent to all MacTech subscribers as part of their normal subscription. Microsoft is sponsoring subscriptions, readers need only fill out a short survey and pay $10 to cover postage for the subscription. Readers need to sign up by March 15th if they want the April issue."

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