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Module 15: Using Events (VBA Programming for Microsoft Office Project Versions 98 Through 2007) and Module 19: Working with Timephased Data (VBA Programming for Microsoft Office Project Versions 98 Through 2007) are excerpts from VBA Programming for Microsoft Office Project Versions 98 Through 2007, from Soho Corp. (ISBN 0-9759828-7-7, copyright Rod Gill 2006, portions copyright Soho Corp. 2006, all rights reserved).

VBA Programming for Microsoft Office Project Versions 98 Through 2007 applies to all Microsoft Project versions through Microsoft Office Project 2007 Professional and Standard editions, with an introduction to new features in the 2007 version. MVP author Rod Gill brings his years of expertise into this first of a kind offering focusing exclusively on VBA programming for Project. Not only is this a must-have for users who hope to maximize their Project client value through VBA programming and macros, it's a wonderful get-started guide for Office VBA programming in general.

Rod Gill is founder of New Zealand–based ACE Project systems Ltd. He has been involved with project management his entire career and with the advanced use of Microsoft Project since its release. Apart from doing project management training, consulting, and Project Server implementations, Rodd has a regular sideline in VBA development, mostly for Microsoft Project.

After 8 years of software engineering to develop control systems and their operator interfaces, Rod was drawn to VBA development and integrating Microsoft Project with other systems. Rod is a long-time Microsoft Project Most Valuable Professional (MVP), first winning this prestigious technical award in 1998 for his contributions to the Microsoft communities. Rod's passion for Microsoft Project and Project VBA and for helping others has kept him in the forefront of using Microsoft Project. Contact Rod online in the microsoft.public.project.developer newsgroup, or send him an e-mail message at rodg@msproject-systems.com.

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