You'd like more information on Visual Basic for Applications.
Look in the VBA help guide. Select Help images/U2192.jpg border=0> Microsoft Visual Basic Help from the main menu bar. For context-sensitive help, you can select a keyword in a code window and press F1 to open up a new help window containing information specific to the selected keyword.
Further, if you'd like to learn more about programming Excel in general, I can recommend Steven Roman's book Writing Excel Macros with VBA (O'Reilly). Steven's book covers most of the topics summarized in this chapter. He also covers topics I've left out that, while useful for general Excel programming, aren't immediately relevant to the calculations I discuss in this book.
Getting Acquainted with Visual Basic for Applications
Collecting and Cleaning Up Data
Time Series Analysis
Curve Fitting and Regression
Numerical Integration and Differentiation
Solving Ordinary Differential Equations
Solving Partial Differential Equations
Performing Optimization Analyses in Excel
Introduction to Financial Calculations