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Excel Techniques Manual

Target audience:

Students, business professionals, anybody that is looking to improve there excel knowledge and capabilities

Time to master:

A couple of hours to complete the explanations. The more time you spend practising the examples the more proficient you will become.

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ISBN: 9781476235417
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