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It's the solution to almost all of your electronic organization needs. Need to present a detailed expense report? Try an Excel spreadsheet. Keeping track of a complicated budget? Excel to the rescue. Want to keep tabs on your office football pool? You guessed it.Thanks to its incredible versatility and power, Excel has emerged as more than just a mainstream program; it's now one of the most used applications on the planet. Everyone from run-of-the-mill PC users to leading financial analysts count on Excel to make sense of overflowing data. And to keep up with the overwhelming user demand, three different versions of Excel have hit the market since the debut of Excel 97: Excel 97, 2000, 2002, and 2003. Naturally, each version offers a new slate of next-generation upgrades--and, of course, operating bugs!At last, Excel users have some relief: Excel Annoyances emerged from the suggestions of numerous Excel users who've struggled with these irritating bugs over the years. Written in the popular Annoyances format, this latest O'Reilly helper addresses all of the quirks, bugs, inconsistencies, and hidden features found in each of the four versions. Chances are if someone, somewhere, found a certain step confusing, then it's addressed in Excel Annoyances.Author Curtis D. Frye breaks down the cavalcade of information into several tip-of-the-finger categories such as Entering Data, Formatting, Charting, Printing, and more. If you're one of the millions of people who use Excel, you're sure to find a goldmine of helpful nuggets that you can use to fix the program's most annoying traits. In the end, Excel Annoyances will help you to truly maximize Excel's seemingly limitless potential.

Synopsis:

Readers among the millions of people who use Excel are sure to find a goldmine of helpful nuggets that they can use to fix the program's most annoying traits. In the end, "Excel Annoyances" will help users to truly maximize Excel's seemingly limitless potential.

Synopsis:

It's the solution to almost all of your electronic organization needs. Need to present a detailed expense report? Try an Excel spreadsheet. Keeping track of a complicated budget? Excel to the rescue. Want to keep tabs on your office football pool? You guessed it.

Thanks to its incredible versatility and power, Excel has emerged as more than just a mainstream program; it's now one of the most used applications on the planet. Everyone from run-of-the-mill PC users to leading financial analysts count on Excel to make sense of overflowing data. And to keep up with the overwhelming user demand, three different versions of Excel have hit the market since the debut of Excel 97: Excel 97, 2000, 2002, and 2003. Naturally, each version offers a new slate of next-generation upgrades--and, of course, operating bugs!

At last, Excel users have some relief: Excel Annoyances emerged from the suggestions of numerous Excel users who've struggled with these irritating bugs over the years. Written in the popular Annoyances format, this latest O'Reilly helper addresses all of the quirks, bugs, inconsistencies, and hidden features found in each of the four versions. Chances are if someone, somewhere, found a certain step confusing, then it's addressed in Excel Annoyances.

Author Curtis D. Frye breaks down the cavalcade of information into several tip-of-the-finger categories such as Entering Data, Formatting, Charting, Printing, and more. If you're one of the millions of people who use Excel, you're sure to find a goldmine of helpful nuggets that you can use to fix the program's most annoying traits. In the end, Excel Annoyances will help you to truly maximize Excel's seemingly limitless potential.

About the Author

Curtis Frye is a freelance writer based in Portland, Oregon. The author or co-author of a half dozen books on Microsoft Excel (including O'Reilly's Excel Pocket Guide), he's also written about Microsoft Access, database design, programming languages, home networking solutions, and privacy-enhancing technologies. When he's not writing, Curt is a professional improvisational comedian with ComedySportz Portland.

Table of Contents

DedicationIntroductionChapter 1: Entering Data AnnoyancesChapter 2: Format AnnoyancesChapter 3: Formula AnnoyancesChapter 4: Manipulating Data AnnoyancesChapter 5: Chart AnnoyancesChapter 6: Exhanging Data AnnoyancesChapter 7: Printing AnnoyancesChapter 8: Customization, Macro, and VBA AnnoyancesChapter 9: Excel 2003 AnnoyancesColophon

Product Details

ISBN:
9780596007287
Subtitle:
How to Fix the Most Annoying Things about Your Favorite Spreadsheet
Author:
Frye, Curtis D
Author:
Frye, Curt
Author:
Frye, Curtis
Author:
Frye Curt
Author:
Frye, Curtis D.
Publisher:
O'Reilly Media
Subject:
Spreadsheets - Excel
Subject:
Electronic spreadsheets
Subject:
Spreadsheets - General
Subject:
Excel 2000;Excel 2002;Excel 2003;Excel 97;Microsoft Excel;PivotTable;annoyance;annoyances;calculation;financial analysis;financial application;formula;goal seeking;macros;spreadsheet;workbook;worksheet
Subject:
Personal Computers-Desktop Applications-Spreadsheets
Copyright:
Edition Description:
Print PDF
Series:
Annoyances
Publication Date:
20050107
Binding:
Paperback
Language:
English
Illustrations:
Y
Pages:
256
Dimensions:
9.75 x 8 x 0.56 in 1.09 lb

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Readers among the millions of people who use Excel are sure to find a goldmine of helpful nuggets that they can use to fix the program's most annoying traits. In the end, "Excel Annoyances" will help users to truly maximize Excel's seemingly limitless potential.
"Synopsis" by , It's the solution to almost all of your electronic organization needs. Need to present a detailed expense report? Try an Excel spreadsheet. Keeping track of a complicated budget? Excel to the rescue. Want to keep tabs on your office football pool? You guessed it.

Thanks to its incredible versatility and power, Excel has emerged as more than just a mainstream program; it's now one of the most used applications on the planet. Everyone from run-of-the-mill PC users to leading financial analysts count on Excel to make sense of overflowing data. And to keep up with the overwhelming user demand, three different versions of Excel have hit the market since the debut of Excel 97: Excel 97, 2000, 2002, and 2003. Naturally, each version offers a new slate of next-generation upgrades--and, of course, operating bugs!

At last, Excel users have some relief: Excel Annoyances emerged from the suggestions of numerous Excel users who've struggled with these irritating bugs over the years. Written in the popular Annoyances format, this latest O'Reilly helper addresses all of the quirks, bugs, inconsistencies, and hidden features found in each of the four versions. Chances are if someone, somewhere, found a certain step confusing, then it's addressed in Excel Annoyances.

Author Curtis D. Frye breaks down the cavalcade of information into several tip-of-the-finger categories such as Entering Data, Formatting, Charting, Printing, and more. If you're one of the millions of people who use Excel, you're sure to find a goldmine of helpful nuggets that you can use to fix the program's most annoying traits. In the end, Excel Annoyances will help you to truly maximize Excel's seemingly limitless potential.

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