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Special Edition Using Microsoft Office Excel 2007

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"Special Edition Using Microsoft Office Excel 2007" will ease the upgrade path to the lastest version of Microsoft best-selling spreadsheet program. The author, "Mr. Excel " introduces you to the new interface, allowing you to quickly get back up-to-speed in performing your job, and will then introduce the powerful new features available in Excel 2007. Among other skills, ...more
ebook, 1024 pages
Published December 1st 2002 by Que
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Bill Jelen is the host of and the author of 42 books about Microsoft Excel including Pivot Table Data Crunching, Excel Gurus Gone Wild, and Guerilla Data Analysis Using Microsoft Excel. He writes monthly Excel columns for Strategic Finance magazine and is a a contributing editor to CFO Magazine.
He has been awarded the MVP in Excel for 8 years by Microsoft.
He has made over 60 guest app
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