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Excel 2002 (Complete Reference)by Kathy Ivens
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The Most Authoritative Volume Available on Excel 2002
Take the world's most popular spreadsheet program to new heights with this comprehensive resource. From tips on using basic features to easy-to-understand explanations of advanced functions, this book provides everything you need to become an Excel expert. Input or import data, then make analyses for financial, statistical, engineering, or other professional functions. In addition to in-depth coverage of the fully revised and updated application, Excel 2002: The Complete Reference also serves as a study guide for the MOUS certification exam. Let this great resource help you get the most from Excel 2002.
"Excel X: The Complete Reference" offers comprehensive product coverage of one of the world's best-selling applications. In addition to the extensive product coverage, the book prepares readers to take and pass all levels of the MOUS certification exams (Master, Expert and Core).
Table of Contents
Part I: Getting Started.
Chapter 1: Excel Basics.
Chapter 2: Entering Information.
Chapter 3: Working with Files.
Chapter 4: Manipulating Data.
Chapter 5: Structuring Worksheets.
Chapter 6: Printing.
Part II: Analyzing Data.
Chapter 7: Managing Data.
Chapter 8: Using Formulas.
Chapter 9: Worksheet Functions.
Chapter 10: Advanced Work with Formulas.
Chapter 11: Charting Data.
Chapter 12: Drawing Objects.
Chapter 13: Pivot Tables.
Chapter 14: Global Seek and Solver: Reaching Solutions with Brute Force.
Part III: The Outside World.
Chapter 15: Acquiring Data.
Chapter 16: Sharing Workbooks.
Chapter 17: Using Web Technology.
Part IV: Extending Excel's Reach with VBA.
Chapter 18: Repeating Tasks Automatically.
Chapter 19: The Visual Basic Editor and the Excel Object Model.
Chapter 20: Writing Subroutines.
Chapter 21: Writing Functions.
Chapter 22: Controlling Input with User Forms.
Chapter 23: Techniques for Handling VBA Arrays.
Chapter 24: Using Data Access Objects.
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