The current issue of the Communicator magazine has the latest in my series on VBA User Forms. This time you get to learn all about combo boxes. It’s not exactly riveting stuff but they are a necessary evil if you want to build a decent looking user form for your own Word projects.
As it’s the 50th year of Communicator magazine, there is an additional supplement with it: “50 Years Of Change”. My second article is in there. This article covers a brief history of word processing macros. It even mentions the ZX Spectrum and the joys of Tasword 2 🙂
I’ll be back to doing a single article for the next issue. And, as much as I’ve been putting it off, I need to cover arrays. Luckily, I’ve also been working on a series of Excel VBA tutorials at my current workplace.
So that’s the basics done already!