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.
The book has a lot of detailed reference for the use of Excel 2010.
I have never really had the need to use spreadsheets until recently and this book is great for beginners as well as advanced users.
This book is THE book to have if you are trying to teach yourself Excel from scratch or answer a few questions you may have.
I have only begun reading this book about 2 1/2 weeks. I am on chapter one.This book gives me simple and well illustrated explanations. Read morePublished 29 days ago by Thomas
What is not to love about Walkenbach. I started using his books with Office 2003 and have updated as I updated the software.Published 1 month ago by Jquedup
This book helped my with my information systems class, and I got a good grade partially due to this book, because it told me hwo to do things in Excel that I didn't know before.Published 1 month ago by C.B.
So far this book has been great at learning Excel. Creating workbooks, formulas, etc.Published 2 months ago by Al Chitwood
Just a little too techy in its information for me. I ended up signing up for a class at our local community college after all. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Diana L. Woodside
Great reference. Not to be read cover to cover. Written well and has good examples. Also, great CD.Published 2 months ago by FXQ