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Part I: Report Initiation and Source Data.
Chapter 1: Taking a First Look at Excel’s Reporting Tools.
Chapter 2: Getting Started with PivotTables.
Chapter 3: Understanding and Accessing Source Data.
Chapter 4: Using the Query Wizard.
Chapter 5: Getting Started with Microsoft Query.
Chapter 6: Working with SQL in Microsoft Query.
Part II: Advanced Reporting Features.
Chapter 7: Designing PivotTable Reports.
Chapter 8: Managing PivotTable Data.
Chapter 9: Exploring PivotChart Functionality.
Chapter 10: Working with OLAP Cubes.
Chapter 11: Creating and Using Spreadsheet Reports.
Chapter 12” Using Excel Reports on the Web.
Part III: Appendixes.
Appendix A: Configuring Your System.
Appendix B: SQL Reference.
Posted February 17, 2008
I went to the book store looking for another title concerning Excel reporting. The book was not available so I started looking at other books on the subject. This book caught my eye because of the title and subject matter. I was not disappointed. I have found this book to be on point. I really appreciated the examples since I am a strong visual learner and the SQL queries. I had problems with the video examples that was okay because I did not need them. This book is a winner.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted July 30, 2005
Excellent book! This is by far the best book I've read on PivotTable reporting. It's jam-packed with SQL query examples and it is the first book I've seen that shows how client OLAP and web-enabled reporting really work. The author really shows his expertise on how reports really work in the enterprise.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted November 25, 2009
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