Providing Excel users with a tutorial and help tool, this book offers simple answers and solutions for any problem or question. Contained in this tool is a complete collection of tips, tricks, and shortcuts, including some that have never been seen before. These include limiting the movement in an unprotected cell and reducing the workbook size for quick sending via email. How the suggestions can be implemented in only a few easy steps is explained in detail. All of the most recent versions of the software including Excel 97, Excel 2000, Excel 2002, and Excel 2003 are covered. Users will also find a list of related tips as well as blank lines where they can add their own notes, turning the book into a personalized manual for maximizing their Excel abilities.
I've bent Excel over backwards doing things that it's not meant to do. I believe I'm an average user, maybe a notch above. This means knowing some of the lesser known tricks, but not a pro at pivots or creating elaborate financial spreadsheets. I have used pivots, but nothing heavy-duty. This book is 820 pages, but half of it has room for notes on the left page that has Notes, My Tips/Shortcuts, and Related Tips for finding similar tips like the one on the current page. You … more
I received a really cool book today titled F1 Get The Most Out Of Excel by Joseph Rubin, CPA (Limelight Media). A unique format that has a lot of practical use... Chapter list: What's New in Excel 2002 & 2003; Working Inside; Excel Environment; Text, Date, Times; Summing & Counting; Formulas; Printing & Mailing; Lists, Analyzing Data; Index I like books that are practical, but I don't think I've ever seen one that is set up to be *this* practical. There … more