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Microsoft Excel 2000 Bible
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You won't have any trouble finding everything you need, and when you do, the text and illustrations will show you the steps necessary to set your data to work. Unfortunately, it doesn't go into quite enough detail on the more advanced topics like Visual Basic programming, but for all but the mightiest data-jockeys it has plenty.
The accompanying CD-ROM has lots to keep you busy too: the complete text of the book, over 30 Excel utilities, custom worksheet functions, and even (why not?) a bunch of games. The 32-page Quick Start book will have you mucking about in spreadsheets in short order. As an overall package, the Microsoft Excel 2000 Bible is hard to beat. --Rob Lightner
From the Back Cover
You, too, can excel -- especially with expert advice from one of the country's leading authorities on spreadsheet software. Whenever you get stuck or need to learn something you've never done before, turn to Microsoft(r) Excel 2000 Bible. With plenty of examples and little-known tips, John Walkenbach guides you step-by-step through the entire program -- from basic cell formatting to the exciting new Web capabilities of Excel 2000.
Inside, you'll find complete coverage of Excell 2000
* Simplify repetitive tasks using formulas and functions
* Illustrate your data with charts, drawings, maps, and other graphics
* Consolidate and juggle multiple worksheets in a single workbook
* Share documents with a workgroup across a corporate intranet or the internet
* Save worksheets as HTML documents and publish them on your Web page
* Import data from other databases or Office applications using queries
* Analyze data with pivot tables or "What if" scenarios, Goal Seeking and Solver, or the Analysis ToolPak
* Automate Excel using templates, VBA macros, and custom worksheet functions and dialog boxes
Fully functional trial version of Power Utility Pack 97 on CD-ROM, with
* 31 utilities
* 40 custom worksheet functions
* Enhanced shortcut menus
* Games for Excel
* Adobe Acrobat Reader
* Electronic version of Internet Directory from Internet Bible
* PDF Version of the full book
* WinZip 7.0 Evaluation Version
MindSpring Internet Access and Netscape Communicator also included!
More About the Author
John lives in Tucson, Arizona. He also plays the banjo - but don't let that prevent you from buying his books.
Top Customer Reviews
Won't recommend to intermediate and up users...
I've had to read it cover to cover and I find it to be very easy to understand and covers all of the basic and intermediate operations that I would use. It also covers strategies for building your own applications with Excel (both 97 and 2000). It will not gather much dust on my bookshelf.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The largest part of my job is building spreadsheets for engineering analysis. In fact, I still build them in 2000 because it's the more stable version (when they are large and... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Rower
I got this to learn how to operate my excel, and still refer to it often, when I come to something new. Read morePublished on August 9, 2013 by Diane Soper
I needed help bad. This product showed up in great shape, great info and a most of all a GREAT PRICE!!!!! Consider buyin on amazon FIRST!!!Published on March 14, 2013 by Adrienne G Poole
Sure it was a good idea. It's a nice glossy book with a companion cd. I meant to get to it...I mean it's sitting just to the left of my laptop. Read morePublished on November 3, 2006 by J. Joseph Weaver