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Excel 2013 All-in-One For Dummies by [Harvey, Greg]
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From the Back Cover

8 books in 1

  • Excel Basics
  • Worksheet Design
  • Formulas and Functions
  • Worksheet Collaboration and Review
  • Charts and Graphics
  • Data Management
  • Data Analysis
  • Macros and VBA

Excel newbie or expert in older versions — here′s the reference you need for Excel 2013!

Understanding how to use the many features of Excel 2013 is only half the battle. The other half is understanding what these features can do for you. So whether you′re starting out or upgrading, using Excel on your desktop or tablet, this all–in–one guide covers what you need to know to master worksheets, formulas, functions, charts, even data analysis.

  • For beginners — start out right with an entire minibook devoted to mastering Excel basics
  • Working with worksheets — learn to set up, edit, manage, and dress up worksheets and print reports
  • Get functional — explore formulas and functions from basic to complex and put them to work
  • Team effort — share and collaborate on worksheets while keeping your data secure
  • Make it look great — present your data with impressive charts and graphs that help interpret the information
  • Manage your data — take advantage of Excel′s tools for managing large amounts of data and filtering out the information you need
  • Look ahead — use Excel′s computational abilities to forecast and predict possible future outcomes
  • Extend Excel — install Apps for Office, use COM add–ins, and write macros and custom functions with the Visual Basic Editor

Open the book and find:

  • How to build your own workbook templates
  • Instructions for using Excel on a touchscreen
  • All the ways to enter data
  • Tips for preventing formula errors
  • Hints for sharing data with other Office 2013 programs
  • Graphics you can include in your charts
  • How to query external data sources
  • A guide to PowerPivot and Power View add–ins

About the Author

Greg Harvey, PhD, is President of Mind Over Media and a highly skilled instructor. He has been writing computer books for more than 20 years, and his long list of bestsellers includes all editions of Excel For Dummies, Excel All–in–One For Dummies, and Excel Workbook For Dummies.


Product details

  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 16510 KB
  • Print Length: 795 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1118510100
  • Publisher: For Dummies; 1 edition (15 Feb. 2013)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00BHC9JB6
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars 59 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #121,299 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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By M. G. Chisholm TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 5 Dec. 2014
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Excel for Dummies has so far covered everything I can think of relating to Excel. It takes you from novice to reasonably competent with well worked through chapters filled with examples. It's easy to digest and easy to follow.

However, this is not a book that easy to jump into and out of unlike some Dummies books. This is really a book that is designed like a course to be followed. If you are reasonably familiar with Excel then there is another Dummies book which is for formulas only. In some ways that is much more useful for anyone who has used Excel a bit.

Overall if you are new to Excel and want to become very competent at it then working through this book will get you there.
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I use Excel on a day to day basis and have been using up to version 2010, this book helped update me quickly on the extras for 2013 at a sensible price plus useful as a general reference guide on Excel.
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Obviously not a book one sits down to read cover to cover, but an excellent reference book. I have a) just upgraded to Excel 2013 and b) started a job where I needed to use many more advanced functions which I knew existed, but had forgotten how to use. This book is well laid out, has clear instructions and I know it will sit beside the laptop and become a well-thumbed friend.
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I have a few of the "For Dummies" books on various subjects, and this one has the same format, easy to understand, well layed out, and a thoroughly helpful book for someone like me (64), starting off making spreadsheets.
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What I liked the most: I am a Dummy in some areas of excel, and quite skilled in other areas. This book served me in all areas. It is easy to find what you are looking for. It works (for me) betst when I combine it with the Help function (especially around advanced use of the formulas.
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Mmm - wasn't exactly what I was looking for - I suppose I was hoping for some form of exercise book where I might practice making up my own spreadsheets and fiddling around with the functions of Excel - this book doesn't seem to have anything like that..
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...personally, I think I'd have been better just "googling it". I have to say the book does look good but since I've had it, I've only opened it once and I couldn't find what I wanted to know. I tend to search google when I have a particular excel query and have to say this approach works better for me.
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I haven't used excel for 20 yrs, and even then I was no expert, so I had hoped that this book would be the same as others in the "Dummie" series; in so much as you could look up the answer in the index and work through the problem. Apparently not!! Too detailed and cumbersome to be useful to genuine novice excel users.
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