5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
The book was just excellent :-), especially for people like me - an Excel user, just a bit above the average.
I am happy the book did not contain too complicated and very advanced IT-techniques. , ....., and it was didactic and easy to read.
An expert should look somewhere else.
I found lots of inspiring ideas/tricks, which I am already using to present my ideas without too much disturbing clutter.
Thanks John and thanks Michael.
3 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Very didactic in one of the lesser used - though more powerful - tools of Excel: Pivot Tables. This takes even another dimension with the revamped filtering, conditional formatting and diagram functionalities of Excel 2007. Now add the External Data access tools of Excel 2007, and the Spreadsheet Report tools....., and it is difficult to see the limits of a program that most of us use.
Even if the title seems a little intimidating for non-experts in Excel, Timothy Zapawa makes it just easy.
Thank you Timothy :-)