Now that you have a foundation in Visual Basic concepts and know your way around the development environment, you're almost ready to begin creating customized solutions in Microsoft Project. The final piece of the VBA puzzle to familiarize yourself with is the object model.
But how do you familiarize yourself with an object model? Should you just dive in and start writing code, trusting that you'll figure out the object model as you go? Should you start reading the Help files that are included with Microsoft Project? Or should you use the object browser to (literally) browse the object model? The answer to all three of these questions is Yes. Choose the option that best suits your particular requirements and situation.
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