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MrExcel Joins Kindle Unlimited Program


February 18, 2018 - by Bill Jelen

MrExcel Joins Kindle Unlimited Program

MrExcel and Holy Macro! Books have joined the Kindle Unlimited program for two dozen select backlist titles in our catalog. Subscribers in the program can access any of these titles on their Kindle for free:


Bill Jelen, publisher of MrExcel noted:

I love browsing books on my Kindle, particularly when I am flying or I can not be on the computer. The Kindle Unlimited program allows readers to experience our books. We hope to gain fans who will purchase our newer books in the future.

Bill Jelen, MrExcel

The complete list of titles available include:

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It seems that I have caused some angst over the years because of my controversial stance that Option Explicit is not useful in VBA. I was reminded of this recently when I did a Skype session at Excel Weekend of Brazil. I've written a book on Excel VBA for QUE. That book has been translated to Portuguese for the Brazil market. So, apparently, I've taught the fine people of Brasil about Excel VBA for 15 years. Now that I am 15 years older and wiser, I will concede that there might be good reasons to use Option Explicit.

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