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This makes me see red.

If you haven’t seen this error, then you haven’t been working with Made2Manage long enough. In case anyone reading this hasn’t seen it, the error indicates that the expected printer name wasn’t found. The most common cause is when a user saves their printer of choice in the printer setup of […]

What we got here is… failure to communicate.

“What we got here is… failure to communicate.”- Cool Hand Luke

In a previous post, I described my basic process for creating customizations. For many programmers, writing code is much easier than communicating with users, so I’d like to expound upon that process.

Essentially, the problem is this. The user should […]

First learn stand, then learn fly. Nature rule, Daniel-san, not mine. (VBA)

Typically, “Hello World” is the first bit of programming we all do. It is the simplest, and most basic way to interact with the computer, essentially Marco Polo for adults.

Important: All information on this site is provided “as is” for informational purposes only.
In particular, all code samples are provided “as is” without […]

VBA Tips and Why Dalton Should be a Beta Tester

Now that I’m sure you’re all fired up about learning VBA the next question has to be….

How do I learn VBA?

I’m glad you asked. Have you taken class “M2M Foundations and VBAe” or watched the pre-recorded version? If not, stop reading now and go do that first. After you’ve done that the best […]

Code you write is twice as sweet as code purchased.

“Money won is twice as sweet as money earned.” – Paul Newman

At this point you may be asking yourself, “David, why should I bother learning all of this stuff? I don’t have the slightest idea how to write VBA (Visual Basic for Applications) code.”

Why Learn VBA?

There are many […]