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ePub John Walkenbach's Favorite Excel 2007 Tips and Tricks download
Author:
John Walkenbach
ISBN13:
978-0470137666
ISBN:
0470137665
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Publisher:
Wiley; 1 edition (June 25, 2007)
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Software
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To get the most from it, serious Excel users like you need the expertise only John Walkenbach can provide.

To get the most from it, serious Excel users like you need the expertise only John Walkenbach can provide.

For starters, we've got a new user interface, new.

For starters, we've got a new user interface, new open file formats, a larger worksheet grid, better use of memory and CPUs, new functions, and more templates.

John Walkenbach's name is synonymous with excellence in computer books that decipher complex technical topics.

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Tricks are shortcuts that will speed up application development with Excel. functions, and much more.

This unique book offers valuable tips and tricks to maximize the capabilities of Excel, the indispensable and immensely popular spreadsheet application. An ideal resource for advancing beginners and intermediate-level users, this book offers shortcuts that are sure to speed up application development with Excel and take readers' skills to the next level.

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John Walkenbach comments on the new Excel: "I've been using Excel for over 15 years, and Excel 2007 is by far the most significant upgrade ever. For starters, we've got a new user interface, new open file formats, a larger worksheet grid, better use of memory and CPUs, new functions, and more templates. Dig a bit deeper and you'll find worksheet tables, 100 levels of undo, easier formula construction, better-looking charts, unlimited color choices, SmartArt, a handy page layout view, new conditional formatting options, new collaboration features, a very useful compatibility checker, workbook themes—and even 'skins' so you can change the look of the entire program."

John Walkenbach's Favorite Excel 2007 Tips & Tricks consists of a series of non-trivial tips and tricks that cover all aspects of Excel. Tips are improved ways of maximizing the power of Excel to create robust applications. Tricks are shortcuts that will speed up application development with Excel.

John's favorites include tips and tricks on dealing with function arguments, creating "impossible" charts, pivot tables, taming the new Ribbon, why use a UserForm, how to create add-ins in Excel 2007, absolute vs. relative references, changing data entry orientation, overcoming the 7-level nesting limit, dynamic chart data, sorting on more than three columns, entering fake data for testing purposes, custom functions, and much more.

  • The book is kind of pricey (but then so are most computer-related books.. well, so are most books, actually) but if you are a frequent user of Excel who uses it for a variety of tasks, this is a good book to have. I think it is good for browsing; yes you can look for specific tips and tricks but I find it interesting just to read through the book to see what sort of shortcuts and illuminations the author has, and to think about whether or not it is something I might be able to utilize.

    There's a lot of things I think about when working with Excel that I wonder if there is an easier way to handle, but being in a rush I just do it the way I'm accustomed to doing without taking time to investigate it more. Then I forget about it later. By browsing the book, I run across some of those things and voila, there's a tip or trick that does show me how to accomplish the task in an easier way. It's a useful, practical book.

  • I've been a fan of John Walkenbach's Excel books for awhile. I have all his books relating to Excel 2007 and they are all useful. IMHO, Excel 2007 was a great leap forward for Excel and JW's books made the highly improved features much more accessible much more quickly. For whatever reason though, this particular book is one that I found especially useful & I revisit it periodically. Highly recommended. Book vendor performed well also.

  • Very handy Excel reference. Keep it by my desk all the time.

  • Love it! This guy sure knows how to write a reference book that you don't have to read the whole thing to understand. Anyone who has a concept of how Excel works can understand this book. Quick answers and practical. Good one!

  • First get the Excel Bible - great reference book by the same author. Then, if you are a serious user who uses Excel a lot,
    get this book. Well organized with lots of helpful tips. I also got the Power Utility Pack - there is a coupon
    in the back of both of these books for a very large discount on it.

    I use Excel for sales Quotes, Purchase Orders and Invoices, and these books have enabled me to create an
    easy-to-use Quoting System. I highly recommend them.

  • This book offers great shortcuts, many of which come in handy often once you learn them. The only downside is that once you find a snippet of information that you like you have to go to another source, or learn on your own, to find out more. This book is great for simple tips, but some tips could use some expanded explanations. Overall though, a great resource.

  • If you want to know about the nitty-gritty of Excel, buy this book.
    You will learn a lot about Excel.

  • Love it!