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Straightforward and up–to–date the nitty–gritty on working with Excel

Want to spend more time on your projects and less time trying to figure out Excel? This handy, portable guide gives you the facts in an easy–to–use format. Two Excel gurus bring you quickly up to speed on the 2010 version and then lay out the stuff you need to know: how to compare workbooks, manage worksheets, enter dates, work with formulas and functions, and much more.

  • New for 2010 learn to use the slicer report filter for PivotTables, in–cell charts (called Sparklines), table and PivotTable search filters, interactive PivotChart filters, and PivotTable custom calculations

  • More than one share workbooks, protect them from unauthorized use, or compare two side–by–side

  • It′s relative use relative, absolute, and mixed references, and convert formulas to values

  • Cell development edit cell contents, copy cells and ranges, and enter dates, formulas, text, and values

  • Chart your progress choose a chart, modify its axis, create and add elements, and add context to numbers

  • Tables and more use tables, PivotTables, and PivotCharts effectively

Open the book and find:

  • A tour of the Excel 2010 window

  • Keyboard shortcuts that save you time

  • How to undo changes and correct mistakes

  • All you need to know about naming constants and formulas

  • Advice on formatting numbers and ranges

  • How to adjust settings and print your worksheet

  • The different types of charts and how to change them

  • What to do with the slicer report filter

Learn to:

  • Navigate the new interface

  • Use the Ribbon and Quick Access toolbar

  • Create formulas and functions

  • Save, protect, and recover workbook files

About the Author

Colin Banfield is an Excel expert with more than 20 years in the telecommunications field.

John Walkenbach, aka Mr. Spreadsheet, has written more than 50 books on Excel and spreadsheet use. Visit his popular Spreadsheet Page at spreadsheetpage.com.


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Better to get the book 23 Sept. 2012
By Beatrice Sarver - Published on Amazon.com
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I got this on my kindle and it is sometimes difficulte to understand when the pictures and graphs are on different pages. Not like when u get the book and you are able to refer back and forth much easier. Just gave up and am taking a class.
Not for Kindle 18 Jun. 2014
By Jodi Eaton - Published on Amazon.com
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I just purchased this for my Kindle. The screenshots are tiny and impossible to see. They don't seem to get any bigger if you enlarge the font. The book might be fine except for that. If you count on the screenshots to understand what the author is explaining, buy a hard copy book, not a Kindle edition.
Excel 2010 for Dummies 10 Dec. 2013
By Dixie Lee Matthews - Published on Amazon.com
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Good quick reference guide. I like having handy. There are so many things about Excel that require a reference guide if not used daily. This provides that information easily and quickly. It is easy to read and follow the instructions.
Handy 24 July 2013
By hdfooter - Published on Amazon.com
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I keep this by my computer at work. It is easy to look things up and try to figure out this version of excel. This version is not intuitive, so the reference is handy.
Went from Excel 2003 to 2010 29 April 2013
By Irene W. Passalacqua - Published on Amazon.com
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This was a supplement to Excel 2010 All-in-One for Dummies. It was great when I was looking
for a specific answer...recommend it to anyone who get Excel 2010.
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