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It includes links to tutorials and helpful information as well as links to the PS3HAX buy/sell/trade section if you find that your PS3 is not hackable As I am a noob coder there may be a few bugs, so please pm me if you find any and I will fix and update asap.

This app (like my others) are flash based so they can potentially be made into web apps (no exe) so dont be surprised if it asks you to update your players (I also want to point out this took me only 4 hrs learn about MD5 and to build it to V1) I hope so.

As Microsoft updates features of Office 2016, sections of this book will be updated or new sections will be added to match the updates to the software.

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most people dont bother MD5 verifying files Hopefully this helps! Validate the MD5 of the Core OS & Trvk from the pup = validating large sections of the flash. While this has been done (by myself and others) it needs more updates, both OFW and MFW. When dumping the flash of the PS3 these sections stay the same.

So, if you could be a doll and fetch all of those files from within each update, that'd be greaaaaaaaat. Validate the MD5 of the Core OS & Trvk from the pup = validating large sections of the flash. While this has been done (by myself and others) it needs more updates, both OFW and MFW.

.................................33 I Can’t Understand This Code .............................................33 Understanding the Parts of VBA “Speech” ...................................................................................................34 VBA Is Not Really Hard ..........................................................37 VBA Help Files: Using F1 to Find Anything .........................................................................................38 Using Help Topics ............................................................38 Examining Recorded Macro Code: Using the VB Editor and Help ...................................................39 Optional Parameters .....................................................39 Defined Constants ...........................................................40 Properties Can Return Objects .................................43 Using Debugging Tools to Figure Out Recorded Code ...........................................................................43 Stepping Through Code ...............................................43 More Debugging Options: Breakpoints .................................................................................................45 Backing Up or Moving Forward in Code ...............................................................................................45 Not Stepping Through Each Line of Code ............................................................................................46 Querying Anything While Stepping Through Code .......................................................................46 Using a Watch to Set a Breakpoint .......................49 Using a Watch on an Object ......................................49 Object Browser: The Ultimate Reference ....................50 Seven Tips for Cleaning Up Recorded Code..................................................................................................51 Tip 1: Don’t Select Anything .....................................51 Tip 2: Use Cells(2,5) Because It’s More Convenient Than Range("E2") ..............................................................52 Tip 3: Use More Reliable Ways to Find the Last Row ....................................................................52 Tip 4: Use Variables to Avoid Hard-Coding Rows and Formulas............................................53 Tip 5: Use R1C1 Formulas That Make Your Life Easier .................................................................54 Tip 6: Copy and Paste in a Single Statement .....................................................................................54 Tip 7: Use With...

End With to Perform Multiple Actions ....................................54 Next Steps .....................................................................................57 3 Referring to Ranges....................................................59 The Range Object ................................................................59 Syntax for Specifying a Range ..........................................60 Named Ranges ...........................................................................60 Shortcut for Referencing Ranges ....................................60 Referencing Ranges in Other Sheets ............................61 Referencing a Range Relative to Another Range .....................................................................................61 Using the Cells Property to Select a Range ........................................................................................62 Using the Offset Property to Refer to a Range ................................................................................63 Using the Resize Property to Change the Size of a Range ........................................................65 Using the Columns and Rows Properties to Specify a Range ...............................................66 Using the Union Method to Join Multiple Ranges ............................................................................66 Using the Intersect Method to Create a New Range from Overlapping Ranges ...........................................................67 Using the Is Empty Function to Check Whether a Cell Is Empty .............................................67 Using the Current Region Property to Select a Data Range ............................................68 Using the Areas Collection to Return a Noncontiguous Range ................................................70 Referencing Tables ...................................................................71 Next Steps .....................................................................................72 4 Looping and Flow Control ....................................73 For...

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A Web Edition will be accessible from your Account page after purchase......................473 A Misleading Debug Error in Userform Code ..................................................................................475 Basic Error Handling with the On Error Go To Syntax .....................................................477 Generic Error Handlers .......................................................478 Handling Errors by Choosing to Ignore Them ................................................................................479 Suppressing Excel Warnings ..................................481 Encountering Errors on Purpose ..........................481 Training Your Clients ............................................................481 Errors While Developing Versus Errors Months Later ..........................................................................482 Runtime Error 9: Subscript Out of Range ..........................................................................................482 Runtime Error 1004: Method Range of Object Global Failed ................................................483 The Ills of Protecting Code ...............................................484 More Problems with Passwords ...................................485 Errors Caused by Different Versions ............................486 Next Steps ..................................................................................486 25 Customizing the Ribbon to Run Macros ..............................................................................487 Where to Add Code: The customui Folder and File ...............................................................................488 Creating a Tab and a Group .............................................489 Adding a Control to a Ribbon .........................................490 Accessing the File Structure ............................................496 Understanding the RELS File ..........................................496 Renaming an Excel File and Opening a Workbook ...............................................................................497 Using Images on Buttons .................................................497 Using Microsoft Office Icons on a Ribbon .........................................................................................498 Adding Custom Icon Images to a Ribbon .........................................................................................499 Troubleshooting Error Messages ..................................500 The Attribute “Attribute Name” on the Element “customui Ribbon” Is Not Defined in the DTD/Schema ............................500 Illegal Qualified Name Character ........................501 Element “customui Tag Name” Is Unexpected According to Content Model of Parent Element “customui Tag Name”...............501 Found a Problem with Some Content ................................................................................................502 Wrong Number of Arguments or Invalid Property Assignment .........................................503 Invalid File Format or File Extension ...................................................................................................503 Nothing Happens .........................................................503 Other Ways to Run a Macro .............................................504 Using a Keyboard Shortcut to Run a Macro .....................................................................................504 Attaching a Macro to a Command Button .......................................................................................504 Attaching a Macro to a Shape ..............................505 Attaching a Macro to an Active X Control ..........................................................................................506 Running a Macro from a Hyperlink ......................................................................................................507 Next Steps ..................................................................................508 26 Creating Add-ins .........................................................509 Characteristics of Standard Add-ins ...........................509 Converting an Excel Workbook to an Add-in ...........................................................................................510 Using Save As to Convert a File to an Add-in .................................................................................511 Using the VB Editor to Convert a File to an Add-in .....................................................................512 Having a Client Install an Add-in .................................512 Closing Add-ins .......................................................................514 Removing Add-ins ................................................................514 Using a Hidden Workbook as an Alternative to an Add-in ..............................................................515 Next Steps ..................................................................................516 27 An Introduction to Creating Office Add-ins .....................................................................517 Creating Your First Office Add-in—Hello World ....................................................................................517 Adding Interactivity to an Office Add-in ....................................................................................................521 A Basic Introduction to HTML ........................................524 Using Tags.........................................................................524 Adding Buttons ..............................................................524 Using CSS Files ...............................................................525 Using XML to Define an Office Add-in ......................525 Using Java Script to Add Interactivity to an Office Add-in ................................................................526 The Structure of a Function ....................................526 Variables ............................................................................527 Strings .................................................................................528 Arrays ...................................................................................528 Java Script for Loops ..............................................529 How to Do an if Statement in Java Script .....................................................................................530 How to Do a Select..