There is a whole series of books called "[Subject] for Dummies". Despite the title, these are not really for dummies; they are for sensible persons who are not yet familiar with the respective subjects. They are usually quite helpful, and I am pretty sure they have "MS-Excel for Dummies", "MS-Word for Dummies", and "MS-Access for Dummies".
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This link http://support.microsoft.com/kb/163435 to Microsoft contains a list of references (not all specific to programming). It has 'VBA for Dummies' - not an endorsement. Most basic references for the Office applications will not have much on VBA.
Google 'visual basic for applications programming' or something similar and you'll find a lot, some probably free.
If you are into on-line tutorials, www.lynda.com has tutorials on just about any computer subject, including VBA. There is a monthly subscription fee, but if you use it diligently the cost is reasonable. A subscription provides access to all the tutorials. You can see a list of all the tutorial lessons - a random sampling can be accessed for free - by visiting their web-site.