- Visual Basic Office Assistant: On the Help menu, click Microsoft Visual Basic Help. In the Assistant balloon, type the name of an object, method, or property, and then click Search.
- F1: Select a word in the module sheet, and then press F1 to open Help for that object, method, or property.
Use the Object Browser
The Object Browser allows you to browse through all available objects in your project and see their properties, methods, and events. In addition, you can see the procedures and constants that are available from object libraries in your project. You can easily display online Help as you browse. You can use the Object Browser to find and use objects that you create, as well as objects from other programs.
You can get help for the Object Browser by searching for Object Browser in Help.
To navigate the Object Browser, follow these steps:
- Activate a module.
- On the View menu, click Object Browser (F2). Or, click Object Browser on the Standard toolbar.
- In the Project/Library list, select the name of the project or library that you want to view.
- In the Class list, select the class. Use the Member list to select specific members of your class or project.
- View information about the class or member that you selected in the Details section at the bottom of the window.
- Click Help on the Standard toolbar to display the Help topic for the class or member that you selected.
Microsoft Press and third-party reference and learning materials
Microsoft provides third-party contact information to help you find technical support. This contact information may change without notice. Microsoft does not guarantee the accuracy of this third-party contact information.
Microsoft Office XP ------------------- Title: Microsoft Office XP Developer's Guide Author: Microsoft Corporation Publisher: Microsoft Press Date: March 28, 2001 ISBN: 0-7356-1242-0 Pages: 816 Disk: 1 CD Web Site: http://www.microsoft.com/mspress/books/4846.asp Title: Microsoft Office XP Inside Out Author: Michael Halvorson and Michael J. Young Publisher: Microsoft Press Date: May 9, 2001 ISBN: 0-7356-1277-3 Pages: 1632 Disk: 1 CD Web Site: http://www.microsoft.com/mspress/books/3229.asp Microsoft Excel 2002 -------------------- Title: Microsoft Excel Version 2002 Inside Out Author: Mark Dodge and Craig Stinson Publisher: Microsoft Press Date: May 9, 2001 ISBN: 0-7356-1281-1 Pages: 1104 Disk: 1 CD Web Site: http://www.microsoft.com/mspress/books/5020.asp Microsoft FrontPage 2002 ------------------------ Title: Microsoft FrontPage Version 2002 Inside Out Author: Jim Buyens Publisher: Microsoft Press Date: May 2, 2001 ISBN: 0-7356-1284-6 Pages: 1264 Disk: 1 CD Web Site: http://www.microsoft.com/mspress/books/5023.asp Microsoft Outlook 2002 ---------------------- Title: Building Applications with Microsoft Outlook Version 2002 Author: Randy Byrne Publisher: Microsoft Press Date: July 25, 2001 ISBN: 0-7356-1273-0 Pages: 944 Disk: 1 CD Web Site: http://www.microsoft.com/mspress/books/4999.asp Title: Microsoft Outlook Version 2002 Inside Out Author: Jim Boyce Publisher: Microsoft Press Date: June 20, 2001 ISBN: 0-7356-1282-X Pages: 1264 Disk: 1 CD Web Site: http://www.microsoft.com/mspress/books/5021.asp Microsoft Word 2002 ------------------- Title: Microsoft Word Version 2002 Inside Out Author: Mary Millhollon and Katherine Murray Publisher: Microsoft Press Date: June 20, 2001 ISBN: 0-7356-1278-1 Pages: 1184 Disk: 1 CD Web Site: http://www.microsoft.com/mspress/books/5019.asp
Microsoft Knowledge Base on the World Wide Web
Many articles in the Knowledge Base contain sample code for common Visual Basic for Applications solutions. The advantage of accessing the articles online is that you can copy the code from your browser and paste it into a module. This saves you the time that is required to manually type the code.
To access the Microsoft Knowledge Base on the World Wide Web, visit the following Microsoft Web site:
For more information about how to use the Microsoft Knowledge Base, click the following article number to view the article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:
Obtaining Knowledge Base articles on the World Wide Web
Helpful Knowledge Base articles
The following articles answer some frequently asked questions and can help you get started in developing your custom solutions in Visual Basic for Applications. To obtain any of these articles, search on the Q number (the identification number or ARTICLE-ID number) that is associated with each of the articles. If you are viewing this article online, the ARTICLE-ID number is a hyperlink to the article.
Office Assistant not answering Visual Basic for Applications questions
How to run the sample code for the Office XP programs from Knowledge Base articles
How to automate Excel text to speech in another Office program
Considerations for disabling VBA in Office
The Office XP Automation Help file is available for download
How to display and use the file dialog box in Access 2002
How to use SetOption to disable warning messages in an Access Application
How to synchronize two combo boxes on a form in Access 2002 or in Access 2003
How to use AddItem and RemoveItem to move selections from one list box to another
How to determine who is logged on to a database by using Microsoft Jet UserRoster in Access 2002 or in Access 2003
How to determine if a date falls on a weekend or a holiday in Access 2002
How to display images from a folder in a form, a report, or a data access page
How to skip used mailing labels and print duplicates in Access 2002
How to select ranges using Visual Basic for Applications (Novice examples)
How to suppress "Save Changes?" prompt when you close a workbook
Sample macro code to change the case of text in Excel
How to create application-level event handlers
How to Use the Left, Right, Mid, and Len Functions in Visual Basic
How to run subroutines and macros from Visual Basic in Excel 2000 or Excel 2002
How to automate Outlook by using Visual Basic
List of Outlook object model constants
List of resources for custom forms and programming with Outlook 2002
Description of the developer-related e-mail security features in Outlook 2002
How to use the WebBrowser control on a slide
How to control a Shockwave Flash Control on a slide in PowerPoint
How to create a combo box that contains more than 25 items in Word 2002
How to programmatically save each page or section of a document as a separate file
How to store and retrieve variables in documents
Sample macro that uses a loop to find text
Sample macro to list all files in a folder
How to update fields in a protected form in Word 2003 and in Word 2002
Sample macro to print all Word documents found in a folder
Other Web resources
The following Web sites are also of interest to Visual Basic for Applications programmers: