Teach yourself visually complete Microsoft Excel 2013 / by Paul McFedries.
- ISBN: 9781118653746 (paperback)
- ISBN: 1118653742 (paperback)
- Physical Description: 581 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
- Publisher: Indianapolis, IN : John Wiley & Sons, Inc,, .
- Copyright: ©2013.
|Formatted Contents Note:||
Cover; Title Page; About the Author; How to Use This Book; Table of Contents; Chapter 1: Working with Excel; Chapter 2: Inputting and Editing Data; Chapter 3: Working with Ranges; Chapter 4: Working with Range Names; Chapter 5: Formatting Excel Ranges; Chapter 6: Maximizing Excel Customization; Chapter 7: Making Excel More Efficient; Chapter 8: Building Formulas and Functions; Chapter 9: Getting More Out of Formulas; Chapter 10: Manipulating Worksheets; Chapter 11: Dealing with Workbooks; Chapter 12: Managing Workbooks; Chapter 13: Formatting Workbooks; Chapter 14: Printing Workbooks
Chapter 15: Working with TablesChapter 16: Analyzing Data; Chapter 17: Analyzing Data with PivotTables; Chapter 18: Visualizing Data with Charts; Chapter 19: Working with Worksheet Graphics; Chapter 20: Importing Data into Excel; Chapter 21: Querying Data Sources; Chapter 22: Collaborating with Others; Chapter 23: Protecting Excel Data; Chapter 24: Maximizing Security; Chapter 25: Learning VBA Basics
Get the basics of Excel and then go beyond with this new instructional visual guide While many users need Excel just to create simple worksheets, many businesses and professionals rely on the advanced features of Excel to handle things like database creation and data analysis. Whatever project you have in mind, this visual guide takes you step by step through what each step should look like. Veteran author Paul McFedries first presents the basics and then gradually takes it further with his coverage of designing worksheets, collaborating between worksheets, working with visual data.
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