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Excel 2003 Bible

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  • Length: 936 pages
  • Edition: 1
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  • Publication Date: 2003-10-03
  • ISBN-10: 0764539671
  • ISBN-13: 9780764539671

Book Description

  • The most comprehensive guidebook available on the most popular spreadsheet program, fully updated to include all-new "X" features
  • Written by the leading Excel guru known as "Mr. Spreadsheet," John Walkenbach, who has written more than thirty books and 300 articles on related topics and maintains the popular Spreadsheet Page at www.j-walk.com/ss
  • The definitive reference book for beginning to advanced users, featuring expert advice and hundreds of examples, tips, techniques, shortcuts, work-arounds, and more
  • Covers expanded use of XML and Web services to facilitate data reporting, analysis, importing, and exporting information
  • Explores Excel programming for those who want advanced information
  • CD-ROM includes all templates and worksheets used in the book, as well as sample chapters from all Wiley Office "X" related Bibles and useful third party software, including John Walkenbach's Power Utility Pak

Table of contents

Part I: Getting Started with Excel
Chapter 1: Introducing Excel
Chapter 2: Entering and Editing Worksheet Data
Chapter 3: Essential Worksheet Operations
Chapter 4: Working with Cells and Ranges
Chapter 5: Worksheet Formatting
Chapter 6: Understanding Files and Templates
Chapter 7: Printing Your WorkPart II: Working with Formulas and Functions
Chapter 8: Introducing Formulas and Chapter 8: Functions
Chapter 9: Creating Formulas That Manipulate Text
Chapter 10: Working with Dates and Times
Chapter 11: Creating Formulas That Count and Sum
Chapter 12: Creating Formulas That Look Up Values
Chapter 13: Creating Formulas for Financial Applications
Chapter 14: Introducing Array Formulas
Chapter 15: Performing Magic with Array Formulas

Part III: Creating Charts and Graphics
Chapter 16: Getting Started Making Charts
Chapter 17: Learning Advanced Charting
Chapter 18: Enhancing Your Work with Pictures and Drawings

Part IV: Analyzing Data with Excel
Chapter 19: Working with Lists
Chapter 20: Using External Database Files
Chapter 21: Analyzing Data with Pivot Tables
Chapter 22: Performing Spreadsheet What- If Analysis
Chapter 23: Analyzing Data Using Goal Seek and Solver
Chapter 24: Analyzing Data with the Analysis ToolPak

Part V: Using Advanced Excel Features
Chapter 25: Using Custom Number Formats
Chapter 26: Customizing Toolbars and Menus
Chapter 27: Using Conditional Formatting and Data Validation
Chapter 28: Creating and Using Worksheet Outlines
Chapter 29: Linking and Consolidating Worksheets
Chapter 30: Excel and the Internet
Chapter 31: Sharing Data with Other Applications
Chapter 32: Using Excel in a Workgroup
Chapter 33: Making Your Worksheets Error- Free

Part VI: Programming Excel with VBA
Chapter 34: Introducing Visual Basic for Applications
Chapter 35: Creating Custom Worksheet Functions
Chapter 36: Creating UserForms
Chapter 37: Using UserForm Controls in a Worksheet
Chapter 38: Working with Excel Events
Chapter 39: VBA Examples
Chapter 40: Creating Custom Excel Add- Ins

Part VII: Appendixes
Appendix A: Worksheet Function Reference
Appendix B: What's on the CD- ROM
Appendix C: Just for Fun
Appendix D: Additional Excel Resources
Appendix E: Excel Shortcut Keys

About The Author

John Walkenbach

John Walkenbach, a.k.a. Mr. Spreadsheet, is arguably the world's foremost authority on Microsoft Excel. His fifty-plus Excel books include Excel 2013 Power Programming with VBA, Excel 2013 Formulas, and the bestselling Excel 2013 Bible, all published by Wiley. He has also written hundreds of articles and software reviews, and created the award-winning Power Utility Pak add-in for Excel.

John lives in Tucson, Arizona. He also plays the banjo - but don't let that prevent you from buying his books.

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