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This questions has been asked before but needs updating.  Are there any good VBA Tutorials or websites you can recommend?  If you know of a good general programming information website please recommend that also.

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Nice Link jacko72 :)

BulldogMike: Here is the one which I always suggest to newbies.

http://www.excel-vba.com/

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Here is my own library of code that I have used over the ages, you might find some useful stuff in here:
Various-formula-VBA-programming-.xls
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Here is my growing list of links:

Excel Tips, Tricks, Support and Templates
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