Wednesday, May 23, 2018

Excel® 2010 Formulas by John Walkenbach

Excel® 2010 Formulas by John Walkenbach
Part I: Basic Information
Part II: Using Functions in Your Formulas
Part III: Financial Formulas
Part IV: Array Formulas
Part V: Miscellaneous Formula Techniques
Part VI: Developing Custom Worksheet Functions
Part VII: Appendixes
Welcome to Excel 2010 Formulas. I approached this project with one goal in mind: To write the ultimate book about Excel 2010 formulas that would appeal to a broad base of users. That’s a fairly ambitious goal. But based on the feedback I received from the first four editions, I think I’ve accomplished it. Excel is the spreadsheet market leader, by a long shot. This is the case not only because of Microsoft’s enormous marketing clout, but because it is truly the best spreadsheet available. One area in which Excel’s superiority is most apparent is formulas. Excel has some special tricks up its sleeve in the formulas department. As you’ll see, Excel lets you do things with formulas that are impossible with other spreadsheets. It’s a safe bet that only about 10 percent of Excel users really understand how to get the most out of worksheet formulas. In this book, I attempt to nudge you into that elite group. Are you up to it?


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