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Microsoft Excel Functions Quick Reference

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  • Length: 288 pages
  • Edition: 1
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  • Publication Date: 2021-01-08
  • ISBN-10: 1484266129
  • ISBN-13: 9781484266120

Book Description

This condensed syntax reference presents the essential Excel function syntax in a well-organized format that can be used as a quick and handy reference. You can use it to improve your Excel knowledge and increase your productivity. It will help you upgrade the quality of your data analysis, dashboards, models, and templates.

The Microsoft Excel Functions Quick Reference helps you set up workbooks, enter data, and format it for easier viewing. It starts by giving an overview of Excel functions explaining the different types of Excel functions available followed by an understanding of string functions and date functions. It then covers time, lookup, aggregate, and logical functions along with practice problems. Further, you will see math functions and information functions in Excel. You will also be able to create sophisticated forecast worksheets, key performance indicators (KPIs), and timelines. Each function in the text is illustrated by helpful, illuminating examples.

With this book by your side, you’ll always have the answer to your Excel function syntax questions.

What You Will Learn

  • Work with basic Excel functions
  • Use the LOOKUP function
  • Take advantage of new functions in information functions
  • Create a mega formula

Who This Book Is For

Administrators, analysts, and anyone else working with Microsoft Excel.

Table of contents

1. What Is an Excel Function?
2. Text Functions
3. Date Functions
4. Time Functions
5. Named Ranges and Excel Tables
6. Lookup & Reference Functions
7. Aggregate Functions
8. Logical Functions
9. Math Functions
10. Information Functions
11. Finance Functions
12. Error Handling
13. Megaformulas
14. Array Formulas

About The Author

Mandeep Mehta

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