John Walkenbach's Favorite Excel Tips and Tricks (英語) ペーパーバック – 2005/6/24
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- This unique book offers valuable tips and tricks to maximize the capabilities of Excel, the indispensable and immensely popular spreadsheet application
- An ideal resource for advancing beginners and intermediate-level users, this book offers shortcuts that are sure to speed up application development with Excel and take readers' skills to the next level
- Some of the author's favorite tips and tricks include dealing with function arguments, creating "impossible" charts, tweaking Pivot Tables, copying print settings across sheets, taming "automatic" toolbars, and using a UserForm
- Additional tips and tricks show how to create dynamic chart data, use Analysis Toolpak, sort on more than three columns, attach toolbars to worksheets, enter fake data for testing purposes, apply custom functions, and much more
John Walkenbach is a leading authority on spreadsheet software, and principal of J-Walk and Associates Inc., an Arizona–based consulting firm that specializes in spreadsheet application development. John is the author of about 40 spreadsheet books, and has written more than 300 articles and reviews for a variety of publications, including PC World, InfoWorld, PC Magazine, Windows, and PC/Computing. He also maintains a popular Internet Web site (The Spreadsheet Page, www.j-walk.com/ss), and is the developer of the Power Utility Pak, an award-winning add-in for Microsoft Excel. John graduated from the University of Missouri, and earned a Masters and PhD from the University of Montana.
The book is practical in it's examples and in it's explanations. It's a general use book. It's a great spring board to Walkenbach's other, more thoroughly detailed books on charts, formulas, and VBA programming.
Excel is an amazing program that will astound you at what it can do--if only you took the opportunity to discover it's amazing assembly of tools.
Walkenbach has been my favorite source since I picked up his Power Programing for VBA for Excel 95 many years ago. "Favorite Excel Tips & Tricks" isn't for the very brand new Excel user, but if you know just a bit about how to navigate a spreadsheet and want to learn lots of cool tricks, this is a great book, and Walkenbach is certainly THE master to learn from.
It isn't the best reference for finding the solution to a specific problem, but if you browse through it in your spare time, you will be rewarded down the road with enhanced ability to slickly solve many future Excel tasks.