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Table of contents
Part I: Getting Started with Excel CHAPTER 1: Introducing Excel CHAPTER 2: Entering and Editing Worksheet Data CHAPTER 3: Performing Basic Worksheet Operations CHAPTER 4: Working with Excel Ranges and Tables CHAPTER 5: Formatting Worksheets CHAPTER 6: Understanding Excel Files and Templates CHAPTER 7: Printing Your Work CHAPTER 8: Customizing the Excel User Interface Part II: Working with Formulas and Functions CHAPTER 9: Introducing Formulas and Functions CHAPTER 10: Using Formulas for Common Mathematical Operations CHAPTER 11: Using Formulas to Manipulate Text CHAPTER 12: Using Formulas with Dates and Times CHAPTER 13: Using Formulas for Conditional Analysis CHAPTER 14: Using Formulas for Matching and Lookups CHAPTER 15: Using Formulas for Financial Analysis CHAPTER 16: Using Formulas for Statistical Analysis CHAPTER 17: Using Formulas with Tables and Conditional Formatting CHAPTER 18: Understanding and Using Array Formulas CHAPTER 19: Making Your Formulas Error-Free Part III: Creating Charts and Other Visualizations CHAPTER 20: Getting Started with Excel Charts CHAPTER 21: Using Advanced Charting Techniques CHAPTER 22: Creating Sparkline Graphics CHAPTER 23: Visualizing with Custom Number Formats and Shapes CHAPTER 24: Implementing Excel Dashboarding Best Practices Part IV: Managing and Analyzing Data CHAPTER 25: Importing and Cleaning Data CHAPTER 26: Using Data Validation CHAPTER 27: Creating and Using Worksheet Outlines CHAPTER 28: Linking and Consolidating Worksheets CHAPTER 29: Introducing PivotTables CHAPTER 30: Analyzing Data with PivotTables CHAPTER 31: Performing Spreadsheet What-If Analysis CHAPTER 32: Analyzing Data Using Goal Seeking and Solver CHAPTER 33: Analyzing Data with the Analysis ToolPak CHAPTER 34: Protecting Your Work Part V: Understanding Power Pivot and Power Query CHAPTER 35: Introducing Power Pivot CHAPTER 36: Working Directly with the Internal Data Model CHAPTER 37: Adding Formulas to Power Pivot CHAPTER 38: Introducing Power Query CHAPTER 39: Transforming Data with Power Query CHAPTER 40: Making Queries Work Together CHAPTER 41: Enhancing Power Query Productivity Part VI: Automating Excel CHAPTER 42: Introducing Visual Basic for Applications CHAPTER 43: Creating Custom Worksheet Functions CHAPTER 44: Creating UserForms CHAPTER 45: Using UserForm Controls in a Worksheet CHAPTER 46: Working with Excel Events CHAPTER 47: Seeing Some VBA Examples CHAPTER 48: Creating Custom Excel Add-Ins
About The Author
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.
Mike Alexander is a Microsoft Certified Application Developer (MCAD) and author of several books on advanced business analysis with Microsoft Access and Excel. He has more than 16 years’ experience consulting and developing Office solutions. Mike has been named a Microsoft MVP for his ongoing contributions to the Excel community. You can visit Mike at www.datapigtechnologies.com, where he regularly shares Excel and Access tips and techniques.