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• Excel 2023 Essentials: A Step-by-Step Guide with Pictures

Master the basics with comprehensive coverage, step-by-step guidance, and expert tips. Learn to create charts, graphs, and unlock Excel's full potential. Boost your career with this valuable, high-demand skill. Start your journey today!

• Excel Formulas and Functions 2020 (Adam Ramirez)

Are you working on a project need to perform complex mathematical and financial operations? Are you looking for a way to learn these functions better? You could use Excel to perform such calculations using the predefined functions and formulae.

• Beginning Excel® 2019 (Noreen Brown, et al)

This textbook was written for a community college introductory course in spreadsheets utilizing Microsoft Excel. While the figures shown utilize Microsoft® Excel 2019, the textbook was written to be applicable to other versions of Excel as well.

• Excel Tips and Tricks (M.L. Humphrey)

A short guide that contains tips and tricks to make using Microsoft Excel easier. You'll learn to apply the must know Excel features and tricks to make your data analysis & reporting easier and will save time in the process.

• How to Use Microsoft® Excel® (Joseph Manzo)

This is a textbook appropriate for a course covering Microsoft Excel at a beginner to intermediate level. It is geared toward and will be accommodating for students and instructors with little to no experience in using Microsoft Excel.

• Excel for Contractors (Barbara Lave, et al)

The basics of Excel, as they apply to the professional workplace, are introduced, including spreadsheet design, data entry, formulas, functions, charts, tables, and multi-sheet use. This textbook includes instructions for Excel for Mac also.

• CFI Excel® Book for Finance (CFI Education)

This book walks through all the most important and useful Excel functionalities that will advance your career in financial services. From logical functions to calculating the yield of a bond, it provides you with numerous examples and key shortcuts!

• Statistics Using Excel® Succinctly (Charles Zaiontz)

This book illustrates the capabilities of Microsoft Excel to teach applied statistics effectively. It is a step-by-step exercise-driven guide for students and practitioners who need to master Excel to solve practical statistical problems

• Beginning Microsoft® Excel® (Noreen Brown, et al)

It will help you win at your daily work with some absolutely smart tricks to use. Whether it involves tasks from simple to complicated ones such as organizing process maps for flowcharts or even analyzing business cashflows, Excel can surely get the job done.

• Free Software for Busy People (Mohammad Al-Ubaydli)

Using Free Software alternatives to Microsoft Office and Adobe Photoshop can save you thousands of dollars. This book will show you how to use free software tools in your company, charity, school or hospital, etc.

• Office 365: Migrating and Managing Your Business in the Cloud

This book provides the business and technical insight necessary to migrate your business to the cloud using Microsoft Office 365. This is a practical look at cloud migration and the use of different technologies to support that migration.

• Microsoft Excel 2013 Core: Introduction (Shelley Fishel)

You will learn how to: Get around Excel 2013, add text and numbers to spreadsheets, use autofill to copy formula and create series, create a basic formula, use average minimum and maximum, work with worksheets and much more.

• Microsoft Excel 2013 Core: Advanced (Shelley Fishel)

This book will introduce you to some of Microsoft Excel 2013's more complex functionality. Specifically when analysing data. It covers most of the advanced skills that you need for business.

• Microsoft Excel 2010 Advanced (Stephen Moffat)

This Excel 2010 eBook should be used as a point of reference after following attendance of the advanced level Excel 2010 training course. It covers all the topics taught and aims to act as a support aid for any tasks carried out by the user after the course.

• Microsoft Office® Excel® (Torben Lage Frandsen)

This user guide will take you through all the things you need to know when using Excel at a simple level. Whether you are a computer rookie or pro, you can thoroughly master Microsoft Excel skills quickly and efficiently with this book.

• Microsoft Excel 2003 Tips'N Tricks

This work is a collection of tips and tricks that may make using Microsoft Excel 2003 a little easier and interesting to use. This work describes how to easily create a series of numbers, view all the formulas on a worksheet, etc.

• Financial Applications using Excel Add-in in C/C++ (Steve Dalton)

This book is a must-buy book for any serious Excel developer, the only complete how-to guide and reference book for the creation of high performance add-ins for Excel in C and C++ for users in the finance industry.

• Microsoft Office® Word® Advanced (Stephen Moffat)

In this guide you'll learn how to insert tables or images into your document, create custom styles, insert footnotes and endnotes, customize your document footers and headers, and use section and page breaks to create more sophisticated documents.

• Microsoft Office® 2010: Ultimate Tips and Tricks (Matt Smith)

This guide will show you how to: Get the most out of 2010's cloud capabilities, turn off the annoying file block feature, speed up document creation in Word with building blocks, present data at a glance with Excel's new Sparklines, etc.

• Microsoft Office® Word® (Torben Lage Frandsen)

You'll learn the easy and correct way to create a document, options for formatting your documents, creating tables, using photos and graphics, creating a table of contents, and getting the most out the indispensable proofing, spelling, and grammar tools.

• Relational Databases and Microsoft Access (Ron McFadyen)

This book is an introductory text that introduces Microsoft Access Office 365 and relational database design. Attempted to give a suitable introduction to normalization theory for the beginning database usersas, well as entity relationship diagrams.

• Learn Microsoft Access® Now (Allen Wyatt)

This book is designed to specifically teach beginners how to use Microsoft Access, but even longtime users of the program can learn something. The techniques and the concepts covered, however, will work with all recent versions.

• Microsoft Office Powerpoint® Step by Step (Torben Frandsen)

It is not a point-for-point review of all PowerPoint's functions. Instead it is more task-oriented, so you will be able to perform the tasks for which PowerPoint is normally used. You will also learn how to work with animations, so the presentations can become livelier.

• Microsoft Office Powerpoint (Torben Lage Frandsen)

This book helps you to master the fundamentals of working with the latest version of PowerPoint, including how to navigate the new, easy-to-use user interface. You'll even learn how to add narrations and custom animations--and more!

• PowerPoint 2010 Advanced: Slides, Animation and Layouts

This eBook will teach you how to use several interesting and exciting features from PowerPoint 2010. For example how to change the slide layout, insert objects and format slides in your PowerPoint presentation.

• First Look Microsoft Office® 2010 (Katherine Murray)

This colorful, no-nonsense guide uses easy-to-follow steps and screenshots, and clear, concise language to show the simplest ways to get things done with Microsoft Word, Excel®, Outlook®, PowerPoint®, Access®, Publisher, and OneNote®.

• SharePoint® 2013 App Model Succinctly (Fabio Franzini)

This book is a hands-on approach to learning how to develop SharePoint apps. The Author introduces readers to the concepts that make SharePoint 2013 simpler and easier to use than previous development models.

• Microsoft Word 2010 Introduction: Tabs, Tables and Formatting

This book shows you how to use Word quickly and efficiently so that you can spend more time working on your projects and less time trying to figure out how to make Word perform the tasks you need it to do.

• Microsoft Outlook 2010 (Stephen Moffat)

This series of books cover folders and message options; contacts and address book; and tasks, notes, sharing and different tools in Outlook 2010.

• Microsoft Visio 2010 (Stephen Moffat)

It teaches you how to create professional-looking business and technical diagrams with Visio 2010. With Step by Step, you set the pace - building and practicing the skills you need, just when you need them!

• Microsoft Office® 365: Connect and Collaborate Anywhere, Anytime

Through extensive walkthroughs, easy-to-follow procedures, and real-world tips, you'll learn how to implement Office 365 for professionals and small businesses - without having to be an IT expert.

• What's New in Office 2013 - Your Unofficial Overview

Microsoft Office 2013 comes with all of the usual component applications, most of which sport enticing new features.

• Microsoft Office Live Small Business: Beginner's Guide (Rahul Pitre)

A tutorial in the Beginner's Guide series, offering the reader step-by-step instructions on building and customizing their MOLSB web site from scratch. This book is also packed with tips, tricks, and best practices.

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