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Transform your skills, data, and business—with the power user’s guide to PowerPivot for Excel. Led by two business intelligence (BI) experts, you’ll learn how to create and share your own BI solutions using software you already know and love: Microsoft Excel. Discover how to extend your existing skills, using the PowerPivot add-in to quickly turn mass quantities of data into meaningful information and on-the-job... more...

Windows XP can be a great tool, but it is all too easy to trip over Windows XP's annoying traits more often than you leverage its productivity. Windows XP power-users troll online resources, documentation, and the expertise (or lucky finds) of friends for valuable tips and tricks--a keyboard shortcut here, an undocumented double-click there--to eliminate annoyances, save time, and take control of their Windows XP. But... more...

With more than 300 solutions to the time-consuming problem of combining Microsoft Excel functions into effective, problem-solving formulas, this handbook addresses questions that are regularly posted to Excel newsgroups—topics of the most interest to Excel users. Questions and answers provide a title, problem, solution, explanation, and screenshot, and include many of the complex formulas and their several nested functions. Formulas for wages,... more...

ANALYZE HUGE AMOUNTS OF BUSINESS DATA FASTER, MORE EASILY, AND MORE ACCURATELY! Use Microsoft’s free PowerPivot add-in for Excel 2010 to analyze immense amounts of data from any source, perform state-of-the-art business analysis far more easily, and make better decisions in less time! Simple, step-by-step instructions walk you through installing PowerPivot, importing data, using PivotTables with PowerPivot, using super-powerful DAX functions and... more...

Presenting innovative Microsoft Excel techniques for top management professionals, this reference for company leaders who do not have the time to attend courses or read bulky books on the program provides basics, special shortcuts, and tips that cover the special features of Excel. Useful facts, trivia, and insider secrets about Excel are interspersed throughout the text, and readers have the choice of jumping directly to the section of real-life case... more...


Fast-paced and easy to use, this new book teaches you the basics of Excel 2007 so you can start using the program right away. This concise guide shows readers how to work with Excel's most useful features and its completely redesigned interface. With clear explanations, step-by-step instructions, lots of illustrations, and plenty of timesaving advice, Excel 2007 for Starters: The Missing Manual will quickly teach you to: Build spreadsheets Add and... more...

This guide to enabling middle-grade mathematics teachers to use Microsoft Excel in the classroom focuses primarily on concepts taught in grades 4–10, with some pre-algebra lessons for higher grades. Including files available for downloading to create custom math worksheets, build self-grading interactive spreadsheets, and use Excel to demonstrate charts and Cartesian math, this handbook provides fun examples of probability, solving equations, magic... more...

Shows ordinary users how to tap the rich data analysis functionality of Excel, make sense of their organization's critical financial and statistical information, and put together compelling data presentationsNow revised with over 30 percent new content to cover the enhancements in Excel 2007, including the completely redesigned user interface, augmented charting and PivotTable capabilities, improved security, and better data exchange through... more...

This Excel user's guide to VSTO—the new Excel Macro programming language being promoted by Microsoft—shows how to perform the equivalent VBA actions with VSTO. The differences between the VSTO and VBA development environments are explained, helping Excel users decide if they should embrace VSTO or seek out other technologies.