Where can I find the "Microsoft Excel Object model" on the internet?

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Hi everyone, Im new to this forum and hope to learn a thing or two while im here :)

I am unable to use the help function in my excel 2003 while programming in vba. Thats not optimal but what can u do!

I was hoping if some of you guys could tell me if I can find the object model for excel 2003 somewhere on the internet?

And another thing: I can use the help function in excel 2007, so is there any difference in using vba in excel 2003 and 2007?

Plz help thx,
 
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Peter's suggestion solves the problem, and it's probably the best solution to your problem!

You could also get help articles from MSDN.
Hi,

I have tried MSDN, but there are very few articles regarding the excel 2003. It mostly have articles about excel 2007. '
The reason I dont wanna look into actually buying the office 2003 is because I already have office 2007 that I use. I am using this excel 2003 for a limited period only in relation with a task at work.

I hope you now understand my situation.
But any one else who can suggest some source where I can get these help files for VBA?
 
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Use the help in XL 2007. There are some differences but not that many.
 
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You can also use the macro recorder to get the Excel 2003 specific code.
Hi,

I have tried MSDN, but there are very few articles regarding the excel 2003. It mostly have articles about excel 2007. '
The reason I dont wanna look into actually buying the office 2003 is because I already have office 2007 that I use. I am using this excel 2003 for a limited period only in relation with a task at work.

I hope you now understand my situation.
But any one else who can suggest some source where I can get these help files for VBA?
 
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