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Lotus Learning Sources

Lotus Learning Sources

Lotus Learning Sources

I've been writing Excel for about 20 years now exclusively. I haven't used Lotus 1-2-3 for at least 15 years.  I just got a Lotus  assignment and I need to get back into it.  Does anyone have any links to sample 1-2-3 workbooks I can use to refresh my memory.   Any worthy online tutorials for 1-2-3 or Approach would be appreciated.  I am an advanced VBA programmer and would like some samples or tutorials in LotusScript.  Thanks in advance for any help.

RE: Lotus Learning Sources

Check out the Free Downloads link on XpertSS.com. There is a 1-2-3 tutorial on LotusScript and examples for Approach as well.

Sue Sloan

RE: Lotus Learning Sources

Thanks for the lead.  I was able to find something on the IBM site thru an XpertSS.com link.  It seems their are tons of stuff on Excel, but relatively few references for LotusScript.  Luckily for me, all Basic code is similar.  Thanks again.

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