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The folks at UtterAccess have added two new libraries to their Wiki Main Page:
The Class Library has sample class modules and demonstration applications that illustrate how to use the classes. The Class Library is a good place to start if you are just beginning to program Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) objects, or if you are looking for object-oriented enhancements for your VBA work. If, on the other hand, you have developed some specialized objects for your own applications, UtterAccess asks that you please share them by adding them to the Class Library.
The API Library lists possible declaration(s) for various Windows API (Application Programming Interface) procedures in VBA7 compatible syntax. There are currently very few online sources that try to document VBA7 syntax, so UtterAccess encourages you to use and contribute to this library as much as possible.
On a related note, the Wiki Main Page now has Things To Do section. If you are interested in helping to maintain Wiki content, check out the links in this section for articles requiring completion or review, new article ideas, and broken links.
Thanks to Glenn Lloyd for the info, and to Ben Clothier for the heads-up.