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EXCEL 2007

EXCEL 2007

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Published by: Ashrin Kumar on Nov 14, 2010
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The People Behind This Book
EDITORIALDeepak Ajwani
Ram Mohan Rao
Robert Sovereign-Smith
Nimish Chandiramani
Abey John
Srikanth R
Samir Makwana
WriterAshfaq Tapia Writer
DESIGN AND LAYOUTShivshankar Pillai, Vijay Padaya
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© Jasubhai Digital MediaPublished by Maulik Jasubhai on behalf of Jasubhai Digital Media
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Number Numbness
hat's what Excel takes care of. Make no mistake: Excel is a very, very powerful data handler. From cosmetic enhancements toadvanced analysis, Excel does it all. The latest version—Excel 2007, which this little book covers—hasundergone more changes in this release of the Microsoft Office suitethan have the other programs. With so many of us upgrading toOffice 2007, we felt the need to cover Excel 2007 in detail, eventhough we introduced Excel in an earlier
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edition.Our purpose here is threefold. First, to give you a feel for the new(2007) interface and functionalities; second, to give you an idea of much that Excel is capable of doing; and third, to guide you throughsome topics in detail, so you can get Excel to work well for you. After starting off with the basics, we go into the details of datapresentation—that is, formatting, alignment, and such. Next comeseveral chapters on actually dealing with data, such as dealing withcell references, sorting, organising data into levels, and such. A chap-ter on PivotTables exposes you to this wonderfully useful tool. Thencomes the topic of charts, one of the primary uses for Excel—visualis-ing data. We've included two little chapters on macros and graphic ele-ments respectively, and we round off with a chapter on Excel formu-las and functions. We candidly admit that because of its complexity, Excel is a hardtopic to cover in perfect detail. You might just find that, for example,a macro or a formula doesn't work exactly as we've explained. In suchcases, thankfully, there's always Excel's Help pages to refer to. But weshould reiterate that we've striven to make this book such that you'llneed to refer to the Help as little as possible, except in the case of formulas and functions, which could fill three entire
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edi-tions!If you've got data to handle, you need Excel. And if you've gotExcel, you need this book. And if you've got this book, you're on your way to unleash the capabilities of the best spreadsheet app of alltime—well begun is half done!

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