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What drives you crazy about Excel? Maybe it’s the way it automatically gets rid of leading zeroes you want to keep. Or the maddening way it handles some date/time calculations. Or maybe it’s the PivotTables. Whatever the problem, it’s not you. And it can be fixed, with Excel Annoyances.
Curtis Frye has ferreted out annoyances throughout Excel: in data entry, formatting, formulas, sorting, filtering, what-if analysis, charting, data exchange, printing, customization, VBA, and more. Of course, Microsoft keeps adding more. Frye’s found solutions for 14 new Excel 2003 aggravations, from disappearing Close buttons to XML schema problems.
If you live in Excel, this book will make it a bit more of a luxury resort, and a bit less of a prison. Bill Camarda, from the February 2005 Read Only