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Average rating: 3.79 · 418 ratings · 50 reviews · 20 distinct worksSimilar authors
Buying a Home: The Missing ...

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The Everything Classical My...

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Living Green: The Missing M...

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QuickBase: The Missing Manua

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“Incidentally, an Excel cell can hold approximately 32,000 characters.”
Nancy Conner, Office 2013: The Missing Manual

“Here’s a shocking secret: The .xlsx file format is actually a ZIP file in disguise. It’s composed of several files that are compressed and then packaged together as a single unit. With a little know-how, you can take a look at these hidden files-within-a-file, which makes for a great Excel party trick.”
Nancy Conner, Office 2013: The Missing Manual

“Excel prints in the following order: all the rows for the first set of columns that fit on a printed page, then all the rows for the next set of columns that fit, and so on (this is known as “down, then over”). When printing on multiple pages, Excel never prints part of an individual column or row.”
Nancy Conner, Office 2013: The Missing Manual

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