It’s time for some truly “Excel-lent” spreadsheet reporting
Beneath the seemingly endless rows and columns of cells, the latest version of Microsoft Excel boasts an astonishing variety of features and capabilities. But how do you go about tapping into some of that power without spending all of your days becoming a spreadsheet guru?
It’s easy. You grab a copy of the newest edition of Excel Dashboards & Reports For Dummies and get ready to blow the pants off your next presentation audience!
With this book, you’ll learn how to transform those rows and columns of data into dynamic reports, dashboards, and visualizations. You’ll draw powerful new insights from your company’s numbers to share with your colleagues – and seem like the smartest person in the room while you’re doing it.
Excel Dashboards & Reports For Dummies offers:
- Complete coverage of the latest version of Microsoft Excel provided in the Microsoft 365 subscription
- Strategies to automate your reporting so you don’t have to manually crunch the numbers every week, month, quarter, or year
- Ways to get new perspectives on old data, visualizing it so you can find solutions no one else has seen before
If you’re ready to make your company’s numbers and spreadsheets dance, it’s time to get the book that’ll have them moving to your tune in no time. Get Excel Dashboards & Reports For Dummies today.
Table of contents
Chapter 1: Getting in the Dashboard State of Mind Part 1: Getting Started with Excel Dashboards and Reports Chapter 2: Building a Super Model Chapter 3: The Pivotal Pivot Table Chapter 4: Using External Data for Your Dashboards and Reports Part 2: Building Basic Dashboard Components Chapter 5: Dressing Up Your Data Tables Chapter 6: Sparking Inspiration with Sparklines Chapter 7: Formatting Your Way to Visualizations Part 3: Adding Charts to Your Dashboards Chapter 8: Charts That Show Trending Chapter 9: Grouping and Bucketing Data Chapter 10: Displaying Performance against a Target Part 4: Advanced Reporting Techniques Chapter 11: Giving Users an Interactive Interface Chapter 12: Adding Interactivity with Pivot Slicers Chapter 13: Sharing Your Workbook with the Outside World Part 5: The Part of Tens Chapter 14: Ten Chart Design Principles Chapter 15: Ten Questions to Ask Before Distributing Your Dashboard
About The Author
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.