SharePoint Development from a Documentation Perspective
Just a quick, shameless plug:
Do you have things that you do repeatedly in Publisher? Do you find yourself doing a certain set of tasks over and over again? Wouldn't it be great if you could tell Publisher to perform complicated tasks automatically? Guess what? You can. There's a way to give Publisher detailed instructions on what you want it to do to, when you want it to do it, and even under what conditions, and have Publisher carry out all your instructions automatically.
You can do all that, and more, by writing macros. And the best part is, writing macros is easy. Give me a few minutes of your time and I'll show you how.
I've written a series of lessons that teach you what you need to know to start writing macros today. Each self-contained lesson introduces core programming concepts, with plenty of examples and hands-on exercises to show you what we're talking about. You don't need any special experience, just a computer with Publisher installed. After each lesson you'll have learned skills you can start using in your macros right away.
So why wouldn't you give it a try?
Here's links to the first four lessons: