Excel 2016 VBA & MACROS - Content Update

redridinghood74

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After registering this great book at QUE , how do i find which content is updated.

I found the inside cover to be misleading , especially
The updates will be delivered to you via a free...
Actually nothing is delivered, instead one has to login to view :(
I expected an ebook/pdf with highlighted content of omissions / errors or references to such omissions / errors.

Nonetheless , the author has done splendid work on both books i purchased.

Pity, there are still no replies to my forum threads :LOL:
 

Derek Brown

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The following describes the "Content Update" feature:
http://www.quepublishing.com/blogs/blog.aspx?uk=Introducing-the-Content-Update-Program

I would not expect that to include errata etc. but, instead, changes introduced by Microsoft that affect the product that the book relates to. Such changes would be applied to the Web Edition of the book.

In that respect I would not expect there to be many (if any) changes to the way that VBA works.

Looking at your posts, it seems that you have received at least one reply to each of them. Is there any particular post to which you still need a solution?
 
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redridinghood74

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Looking at your posts, it seems that you have received at least one reply to each of them. Is there any particular post to which you still need a solution?
While that may be true, all the replies are by me :(

I have solved many new problems with the books though :)
 

Derek Brown

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It is not always a good idea to reply to your own posts. I am probably not alone in searching only for posts that have "zero replies", so it is very unlikely that I would have seen yours. I look for posts older than 24hrs and with no reply. Usually if the problem has not been adequately described, I will skip to the next.
 
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Derek is correct - with no changes to VBA - there has been nothing to update in the book.

Bill
 

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