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M Is for (Data) Monkey: A Guide to the M Language in Excel Power Query
M Is for (Data) Monkey: A Guide to the M Language in Excel Power Query
Power Query is one component of the Power BI (Business Intelligence) product from Microsoft, and “M” is the name of the programming language created by it. As more business intelligence pros begin using Power Pivot, they find that they do not have the Excel skills to clean the data in Excel; Power Query solves this problem. This book...
Excel 2007 Miracles Made Easy: Mr. Excel Reveals 25 Amazing Things You Can Do with the New Excel
Excel 2007 Miracles Made Easy: Mr. Excel Reveals 25 Amazing Things You Can Do with the New Excel
In this addendum to Learn Excel from Mr. Excel, the amazing new features offered in Excel 2007 are introduced. Revealing the features that make this new version the best new release of Excel since 1997, this guide provides the necessary information to teach users to quickly unleash the powerful new features in Excel 2007, create...
Excel for the Math Classroom (Excel for Professionals series)
Excel for the Math Classroom (Excel for Professionals series)
This book was born out of a desire to help teachers teach their students math by being engaged in its study, and by showing teachers how they can custombuild visual examples of some of the concepts they are trying to get across to their students. Microsoft Excel is an extremely powerful spreadsheet with literally hundreds of built-in mathematical,...
Excel for the CEO (Excel for Professionals series)
Excel for the CEO (Excel for Professionals series)
Welcome aboard! This book is your guide on a journey into the mysteries of Excel. This is a never-ending, ever-exploring adventure that tunnels you deep into Excel’s secrets.

Presenting innovative Microsoft Excel techniques for top management professionals, this reference for company leaders who do not have the time to...
Learn Excel from Mr. Excel: 277 Excel Mysteries Solved
Learn Excel from Mr. Excel: 277 Excel Mysteries Solved
Containing 277 business case studies that illustrate nearly every aspect of Excel, this book presents real-life business problems and works them through to their solutions. In addition to exemplary solutions, each case analysis considers alternate approaches and gotchas, and includes a summary of the necessary commands and functions. Excel...
Excel for Teachers (Excel for Professionals series)
Excel for Teachers (Excel for Professionals series)
This book is written by three teachers and a guy who teaches Excel. As the latter, I give all of the credit for this book to Adrienne, Bill H. and Colleen – it was their logic of classroom needs that made the book what it is. The population of teachers writing this book mirrors the real population – some know Excel well and some are new...
LINK'EM UP On Outlook (Outlook0 2000, 2002, 2003. On Office series)
LINK'EM UP On Outlook (Outlook0 2000, 2002, 2003. On Office series)
This guide assists all levels of Microsoft Outlook users in furthering their understanding of the program’s features, from communicating with an ever-growing list of contacts to upgrading installations. A full range of functions are discussed, such as adding an appointment to a calendar, sending a message to only a portion of a distribution...
Dreamboat on Word: Word 2000 Word 2002 Word 2003 (On Office series)
Dreamboat on Word: Word 2000 Word 2002 Word 2003 (On Office series)
This book demonstrates Microsoft Word's frequently missed tools and the proper way to use new, existing tools. Coverage includes safe fonts, sharing templates, styles and toolbars, creating paper/paperless forms, and much more.

Written for intermediate- to expert-level Microsoft Word users, this book demonstrates frequently missed tools...

From VBA to VSTO: Is Excel's New Engine Right for You?
From VBA to VSTO: Is Excel's New Engine Right for You?

This book is for those who wonder whether they should transit from Excel/VBA to Excel/VSTO. It was not written for people who want to learn programming in Excel, nor was it written for those (professional) developers who want to know all the ins and outs of VSTO programming.

My only intention is to help...

Office VBA Macros You Can Use Today: Over 100 Amazing Ways to Automate Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, and Access
Office VBA Macros You Can Use Today: Over 100 Amazing Ways to Automate Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, and Access
A simple macro language appeared in version 3 of VisiCalc. When Lotus 1-2-3 introduced the keystroke macro recorder, accountants everywhere began developing arcane little macros to automate the daily task of importing and formatting sales data in their spreadsheets. When Excel 5 shipped with a new macro language called VBA in 1993, the world...
Guerilla Data Analysis Using Microsoft Excel
Guerilla Data Analysis Using Microsoft Excel
This book includes step-by-step examples and case studies that teach users the many power tricks for analyzing data in Excel. These are tips honed by Bill Jelen, “MrExcel,” during his 10-year run as a financial analyst charged with taking mainframe data and turning it into useful information quickly. Topics include perfectly sorting...
Power One Note: Unleash the Power of One Note
Power One Note: Unleash the Power of One Note
Covering the use of Microsoft OneNote in a wide variety of situations, this handbook provides tips for anyone who takes notes, organizes materials, or keeps a to-do list. In addition to providing the basic information on using the product's interface, this guide teaches how to use OneNote to do specific tasks such as brainstorming, mind mapping,...
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