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wja120
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11/28/06 01:06 PM
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Your best choice is to look at the classes offered on ESRI's website. They have several (free I beleive) intro's to VBA. This is the best way to go because the actual VBA is quite easy to learn. It only becomes difficult when you start dealing with ArcObjects - the elements that allow you to customize ESRI software. The free classes are the best way to start, then move on to the higher level classes. IN college I bought the book 'Getting to know ArcObjects' which was a great start.




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*good places to learn programming Rocky   10/19/04 08:14 PM
.*Re: good places to learn programming Kyle Kaufman   11/08/06 05:04 AM
.*Re: good places to learn programming wja120   11/28/06 01:06 PM
.*Re: good places to learn programming Jolicoeur   01/29/07 12:40 PM
.*Re: good places to learn programming arcdex   07/03/06 04:50 AM
.*Re: good places to learn programming Remy   10/21/04 10:16 AM
.*Re: good places to learn programming mymhj   09/23/06 03:40 AM
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