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Updating the previous edition's tips to make them compatible with Excel 2010, and featuring tips that are only available in Excel 2010, this new edition of Mr. Excel's popular software guide even incorporates suggestions sent in by readers. Each featured topic has a problem statement and description, followed by a broad strategy for solving the problem. Mr. Excel then walks readers through the specific steps to solve the issue. Alternate strategies are also provided, along with common gotchas” that trip users up, leaving readers with not only answers to their specific dilemmas but also new and quicker ways to use formulas and spreadsheets.

Topics: Problem Solving, How-To Guides, and Informative

Published: Holy Macro Books an imprint of Independent Publishers Group on
ISBN: 9781615474080
List price: $19.95
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