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Good Alrounder for Learning Excel
on 5 July 2011
It's called a Bible but excel is much larger than can be covered in a bible sized book.
That said it covers more than is needed for someone that uses excel frequently but doesn't need to tweak it to do more details functions very often, or not that often.
DON'T FORGET HOW BIG EXCEL IS AS AN ADAPTABLE PROGRAM!
it is very good for an average user that can pickup and understand advanced tasks and the supportive disc helps that understanding, nothing better than doing whilst learning and being able to see one made earlier if your attempts fail (mostly a letter out of place or additional comma etc)
There are some areas I would have liked more information/guidance on but overal this is excellent.
Decide what you need to learn and have a look at the inside of the book (assuming you still can).
also don't forget when looking at the contents pages, they give you at a glance contents which are just the headings, after this there is a more detailed table of contents which I found more helpful.
The book is on the disc as a PDF which I found helpful searching for certain tasks (I know lazy way to find something).
I would say you will be happy with this book unless you are an Advanced Excel User/programmer then I would look at it closely first.
This is a Medium to Lower Advanced user Level
if 5 is medium and 10 is extremely advanced, it sits at around 6.5 to 7.
Hope this helps.