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Excel 2010 Bible 1st Edition, Kindle Edition
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From the Back Cover
Dick Kusleika, Microsoft MVP, DailyDoseOfExcel.com
If Excel can do it, John Walkenbach can show you how
What better way to learn Excel 2010 than from "Mr. Spreadsheet" himself? Excel guru, Microsoft MVP, and author of all the previous top–selling editions of Excel Bible, John Walkenbach provides more than 1,000 pages packed with techniques, tips, and tricks for beginners as well as Excel power users. Discover what′s new in Excel 2010, learn shortcuts you didn′t know, make the Ribbon interface work for you, and master all the latest ins–and–outs with this must–have guide.
Get up to speed on everything new in Excel 2010
Understand functions, charts, worksheets, and workbooks
Perform magic with array formulas and even more with Sparklines
Master "what–if" analysis, Goal Seeking, external database files, and pivot tables
Develop custom functions, program with VBA, and create UserForms
Try new slice–and–dice tools to dynamically filter your data
What′s on the CD–ROM?
Follow the examples in the book, chapter by chapter, using the bonus materials on the CD–ROM:
All the examples and workbook files used in the book
Searchable PDF of the book
System Requirements: See the CD Appendix in the book for details and complete system requirements.
- Preview how your copied text will look
- Spot trends in your data with Sparklines
- Chart your data using Excel′s different chart types
- Master Excel formulas for useful worksheets
- Create effective charts suitable for the boardroom
- Analyze and present data with pivot tables
- ASIN : B0062O85IW
- Publisher : Wiley; 1st edition (15 April 2010)
- Language : English
- File size : 40599 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 1056 pages
- Best Sellers Rank: 1,408,162 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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I've concluded that Walkenbach's book is best suited to beginner and medium users, whereas Winston's book is suited to medium and advanced users. Good to have both books on hand I think.
The book can be used as a text book (working from the beginning, through to the end) or as reference material for those times when you want to do something, but are not quite sure how to accomplish it.
The book covers everything from the rudimentary elements of Excel, such as entering data into a cell, all the way through to applying complex VBA programming to your workbooks.
The book also comes complete with a very helpful disc that is full of exercises that are referenced within the text. These prove invaluable as they offer an opportunity to apply your newly acquired knowledge, practically.
Another neat feature of the accompanying CD is that it comes loaded with a fully DRM free, PDF copy of the book. I cannot stress enough how helpful this has been. Having a PDF copy of the book has meant that I have been able to store it on my laptop, and take it everywhere as I work. Better still, having a PDF version of the book makes it very easy to search the text for key words.
All in all, I highly recommend this book if you are serious about getting good With Microsoft Excel.
One good thing is that it comes with the whole book on high quality pdf on a disc, along with many working Excel examples to match what's discussed in most chapters. I use the pdf in the office as it's indexed, has hyperlinks and is less obtrusive. I'm now able to do more on excel without looking like I'm searching for an answer.
The style of writing is pretty informal and not so technical that you don't understand what's being discussed. It's the sort of book where you're constantly learning new and better ways of doing what you do as part of the day job, so it's money very well spent.
I'd definitely recommend this to even intermediate users, as they're just so much useful information that you're bound to learn things to enhance your use of Excel and get more out of a normally hugely under-utilised product.