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  • Paperback: 1084 pages
  • Publisher: Microsoft Press; 1 edition (1 Jan. 2012)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0735658021
  • ISBN-13: 978-0735658028
  • Product Dimensions: 18.5 x 5.8 x 22.6 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
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Book Description

Conquer Microsoft® Excel® formulas and functions-from the inside out!

About the Author

Egbert Jeschke is a Senior Consultant and Trainer who has specialized in Business Intelligence solutions with Excel. As someone who has dedicated his life to relational and multidimensional databases, he appreciates the power of Excel and its use for management solutions. He is author and co-author of several books on the use of office software for Microsoft Press and other publishers.

Helmut Reinke, the spiritus rector of this team, has written for numerous publications on Office applications, business solutions, project management, and business management. He is an organization developer with an emphasis on success and business planning, and is an Excel guru of the first rank. Among his many years in sales and consulting, he has extensive educational experience, which he uses successfully as an instructor and trainer.

Sara Unverhau has a degree in international business administration, specializing in marketing and communications. As a team leader, she combines her passion for both areas with close attention to customer service and the user experience. She has contributed to numerous publications on Microsoft Office and business issues.

Dr. Eckehard Pfeifer is a mathematician from Dresden. He works as a freelance software developer, consultant, and trainer for Microsoft Office. He is a Microsoft Certified Software Developer (MCSD) for .NET, and focuses primarily on the Office environment. He writes for various publications, and is a co-author of several books.

Dr. Bodo Fienitz, Ph.D., teaches in adult education, specializing in the sciences (Chemistry, Physics, and Biology) and IT-related subjects. With his interest in data visualization, he became an expert in Microsoft Excel.

Jens Bock, Business Graduate in Business Administration, works in the field of document and quality management. Through his work as consultant for Web applications, he has years of experience in the use of Microsoft Excel.

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There's plenty of books on the subject of Excel, so I was interested to see how 'Microsoft Excel 2010 Formulas and Functions Inside Out' would fare in such competition. Weighing in at 1088 pages, and split into four sections, it certainly falls into the comprehensive reference category.

In the first section a problem solving approach offers a speedy orientation to some of Excel's most useful formulas and functions. The many insights, tips and tricks also whet the appetite for what's to come.

The second section lifts functions out from the worksheet cells, and spotlights how they can be used within macros to deliver more sophisticated programming solutions. It's a good place to discover new concepts and ideas. Many of these solutions also include visual and charting scenarios, plus there's an introduction to creating custom functions with Excel's built-in Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) development tools.

In both these sections the content is attractively presented in a practical step-by-step flow. Most pages have at least one colourful image, figure or table. The text is further supplemented by plenty of embedded boxes containing notes, tips, associated information and references to sample files. It's a presentation style that lends itself to the experimental approach, rather than a long reading session.

Although not strictly in the formula and function domain, the authors have also thrown in examples of the new PowerPivot in action. A feature I'm sure will be heavily utilised by 2010 edition owners.

Section three is dedicated to in-depth function explanations, suitably organised into category-specific chapters. Despite the technical nature of the content, even here there's no shortage of colourful graphics and informative boxes.
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Really useful as a reference but also to skim.
Skim the complete book as there are some real nuggests.
Even those will solid skills will pick up something.
A great tome.
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....to create quite a specialised and informative book on such a saturated market segment! A bit dry but I guess this is supposed to be a reference book after all! Files that accompany don't have any errors and are useful. To be honest, I think if you can digest and apply even a fraction of what this Excel book has to offer - you may not really need to learn VBA (unless you are a masochist and just like a challenge!)
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I can't believe people took the time to document every formula and function in Excel, but this book is brilliant! Covers literally everything, and each function/formula comes with examples. I wasn't sure I needed this before but unfortunately I have to use Excel a lot and this has become invaluable for getting things done more efficiently.
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I use Excel extensively including VBA but still found this book extremely useful as a reference and it has taught me a few things – definitely recommended.
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