MacTech’s VBA/AppleScript Transition Guide Now Online
See it today at https://www.mactech.com/vba-transition-guide/
With Office 2008 for Mac no longer supporting VBA, most Mac Office
scripters need to move to AppleScript. To help with this transition,
MacTech Magazine has published its approximately 150 page transition guide
in the April issue of MacTech Magazine. This triple-size issue was sent to
subscribers as part of their normal subscription.
With overwhelming response, MacTech has now made the guide available for
free online, as well as provided PDF download and printed copy options.
For months, MacTech worked with a team of VBA, AppleScript and Office
experts from around the industry to create the most comprehensive guide
available to aid users in migrating from VBA to AppleScript. Chock full of
step-by-step examples, it not only helps people migrating from VBA, but is
useful for anyone who would like to AppleScript Microsoft Office.
Bundled with the PDF download, the Macintosh Business Unit at Microsoft is
sponsoring a limited number of complimentary subscriptions. Individuals
just pay a shipping and handling charge of $9.95 to receive MacTech monthly
for six months. For more information, and to fill out a short survey to
qualify, go to https://www.mactech.com/vba-transition-guide/
Subscribers who have received the April issue, and want the PDF as well,
should simply contact MacTech’s customer service department.