Re: Learning Visual Basic - Books for beginners

Subject: Re: Learning Visual Basic - Books for beginners
From: sguttman -at- semantix -dot- com (Susan Guttman)
To: "TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com>
Date: Tue, 6 Mar 2001 10:30:59 -0500

I picked up the Sams "Teach Yourself Visual Basic in 21 Days" and "Teach
Yourself More Visual basic in 21 days" (sold as a boxed set), and found them
quite useful.


Sarah Newman cried out unto the wilderness thusly:

> In the interests of becoming a more "techie" tech writer, I'd like to
> Visual Basic. I didn't find anything in the archives. Here are some of the
> books for beginners that I've found:
> * Beginning Visual Basic 6 by Peter Wright
> * Microsoft Visual Basic Professional Step-by-Step by Michael
> Halverson
> * Visual Basic 6 for Dummies by Wally Wang
> * Learn to Program with Visual Basic 6 by John Smiley
> I would appreciate any recommendations on these or other books on this
> topic. Thanks,


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