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Greg Harvey's hugely impressed with the latest incarnation of Excel, and his excitement is contagious. With his help, and Excel's new interface, you can get "into the flow" with Excel, making it as natural to you as any other tool you own.
Addressing a pet peeve of ours, Harvey offers a full "mini-book" on spreadsheet design -- including a chapter on safely editing workbooks others have created. There's a mini-book on Excel's most important formulas and functions, and another that takes you inside Excel 2007's completely revamped charting tools.
Harvey doesn't just cover Excel 2007's "how to" -- he tells you the "so what," too. And, while all the basics are covered well, he knows you want to do much more with Excel: You want to transform data into knowledge, and collaborate towards smarter decisions. Features like these represent fully one-third of this extremely useful and friendly book. Bill Camarda, from the February 2007 Read Only