Learn Excel 2016 Expert Skills for Mac OS X with The Smart Method: Courseware Tutorial teaching Advanced Techniques Paperback – March 8, 2016
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About the Author
Mike has personally taught classroom Excel courses to delegates from many of the world's largest companies in England, Europe and America. Mike has run courses for bankers, engineers, accountants, teachers, broadcasters, retailers, insurance brokers, aircraft manufacturers, government departments, on-line gaming companies, telecom workers, oil workers, car manufacturers, power companies... and for many other professions. This has given him a unique insight into the diverse ways in which Excel is used by both large and small businesses.
By carefully observing the areas that students find the most difficult to understand, Mike has constantly refined his Smart Method teaching technique over a period of more than ten years.
In 2008 Mike realized that he could only ever teach a few thousand students in his classroom courses but could help millions of students by producing his Excel courses in book form. His first Excel books (covering Excel 2007) rapidly became best sellers and his books have topped best seller lists ever since.
In his spare time, Mike enjoys playing jazz piano, riding his motorbike and sliding down snowy mountains on two wooden sticks.
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I've purchased several copies of the book now, both Kindle and hardcopy, and have been distributing around my office in my ongoing pursuit to get those I work with to be more computer literate. A lot of people think they know Excel, but are a complete novice and doing this inefficiently or flat out incorrectly.
If you are at a "starting intermediate" level for Excel, this one is a keeper. If you're advanced and looking for a way to get others around you to create spreadsheets that are in compliance with best practices, here's a tool to help get others up to speed.
I go back to this book often to refresh my memory on features of Excel that I don't get a chance to use as frequently, and am always reminded of the things I've forgotten or still do not know with this powerful software most people are grossly underutilizing.