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Containing 277 business case studies that illustrate nearly every aspect of Excel, this book presents real-life business problems and works them through to their solutions. In addition to exemplary solutions, each case analysis considers alternate approaches and gotchas, and includes a summary of the necessary commands and functions. Excel files that can be downloaded and worked through step-by-step are included for each case.

Topics: Professional Development, Wealth, Success, How-To Guides, Retellings, Informative, and Prescriptive

Published: Holy Macro Books an imprint of Independent Publishers Group on
ISBN: 9781615473229
List price: $12.95
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