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Maybe you’re already creating simple Excel spreadsheets, but now you need to do some professional data analysis or start creating charts and reports that really work. It’s time to get a lot more comfortable with Excel. If you’re like us, you love how the For Dummies books uncomplicate things, but you want plenty of hands-on experience, too. Now one book offers the clarity and the practice: Excel Workbook for Dummies.
Greg Harvey (Excel 2003 for Dummies) builds this book around dozens of step-by-step, follow-along exercises, building your confidence as you move from entry level to expert. You’ll walk through calculating loan amortizations, using Lookup functions, creating PivotTables, building lists, filtering out unwanted data, performing what-if analyses, even publishing workbooks as interactive web pages. Best of all, this time you won’t just read, watch, or listen: You’ll do it. Bill Camarda, from the June 2006 Read Only