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by Elizabeth Eisner Reding

eBook Microsoft Office Excel 2007: Illustrated Brief, Spanish Version (Illustrated Series) download ISBN: 0495806757
Author: Elizabeth Eisner Reding
Publisher: Course Technology; 1 edition (October 20, 2008)
Language: English
Pages: 152
ePub: 1909 kb
Fb2: 1262 kb
Rating: 4.5
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Category: Technologies
Subcategory: Software

This Microsoft Office 2007 Illustrated Series book will appeal to all the learners in your classroom, from the computer hotshots to the computer . Microsoft Office Excel 2007-Illustrated Brief (Illustrated). 1423905202 (ISBN13: 9781423905202).

This Microsoft Office 2007 Illustrated Series book will appeal to all the learners in your classroom, from the computer hotshots to the computer rookies. It covers the essential information that students need to know about how to use Microsoft Excel 2007. Our signature two-page spread design has been updated and refreshed to take full advantage of the new features of the O This Microsoft Office 2007 Illustrated Series book will appeal to all the learners in your classroom, from the computer hotshots to the computer rookies.

This Microsoft Office 2007 Illustrated Series book will appeal to all the learners in your classroom. The 13-digit and 10-digit formats both work.

The book is intended for experienced Office 2003 users and assumes you are familiar with the concepts already. The book does cover the new features in Office 2007 well. Parts of it moved a bit slowly for an experienced user though. For the most part, it covers the new locations of common features well. There were a few times I couldn't find a feature with the instructions and the picture didn't cover it.

Ms I purchased MS Office 2007 to learn new techniques of this application. For Microsoft Excel 2007, I purchased subject textbook from Course Technology

Elizabeth Eisner Reding has authored numerous books for Delmar and Course Technology on a variety of software programs, including Adobe (R) Photoshop, Microsoft (R) Office, and Microsoft (R) Publisher. I purchased MS Office 2007 to learn new techniques of this application. For Microsoft Excel 2007, I purchased subject textbook from Course Technology. In my opinion the instructions and depth of information are rather average.

This "Microsoft Office 2007" Illustrated Series book covers the essential information that you need to know about how to use Microsoft Excel 2007. Our signature two-page spread design has been updated and refreshed to take full advantage of the new features of the Office 2007 software. This practical, easy to navigate book provides you with the essential knowledge you need to succeed at both work and beyond. Elizabeth Eisner Reding, Lynn Wermers. Elizabeth Eisner Reding has authored many books for Delmar and Course Technology on a variety of software programs, including Adobe Photoshop, Microsoft Office, and Microsoft Publisher.

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Paperback Book, 464 pages. More by 'Elizabeth Eisner Reding'. Part of the Illustrated Series, this text offers a quick, visual way to build Microsoft Excel 97 skills. Covers introductory through advanced skills. You may also be interested in these fine selections.

Now available in Spanish! This Microsoft Office 2007 Illustrated Series book will appeal to all the learners in your classroom, from the computer hotshots to the computer rookies. It covers the essential information that students need to know about how to use Microsoft Excel 2007. Our signature two-page spread design has been updated and refreshed to take full advantage of the new features of the Office 2007 software. This practical, easy to navigate book provides you with the essential knowledge you need to succeed in both the classroom and beyond.
Comments: (7)
Xcorn
I bought this textbook for my college class.

It is a good textbook if you don't mind spending and extra $60 bucks to access the online content. On virtually every page they tell you several times to go to their website to access the online content for the book. A good portion of the print in the book is them telling you to access such and such online at their website, which you can only do if you purchase the access code. I can't believe that they have the gall to charge $100 bucks for a paperback book and expect you to spend $60 more to access the textbook's online content.

I will be complaining to my professor about the deceptiveness of this textbook company.
Welen
Want to learn pivot tables fast? In plain English that's engaging and easy to understand? Pivot Table Data Crunching is the book for you. Bill Jelen and Michael Alexander use real world examples and step by step walkthroughs to explain every feature and trick of Excel 2010's pivot table arsenal. The only reason I didn't give this book 5 stars is because the downloadable files didn't always jive with the text, and because I would've liked to see more hands-on activities within each chapter.

Regarding the downloadable files, they tend to match the "after" figures in the text, and not the "before" figures. So, if you'd like to follow along with the steps in the book, you often need to undo a bunch of organization and calculation steps. Chapter 3 is a good example: the tables where you are guided through modifying the table style already have a custom theme applied. For future volumes, I'd suggest the authors prepare two sets of worksheets for each chapter. One set for readers to modify and another set showing the final product.

I also would've liked twice as many case studies in the first 3 or 4 chapters. For me, practice is the best contributor to retention.

Having pointed out those two shortcomings, I feel compelled to restate how absurdly wonderful the written explanations in the book are. I've been using a "New Perspectives" textbook for the past year to learn Excel. It's brief pivot table chapter left me confused. After diving into Pivot Table Data Crunching this past weekend, I now feel confident that I have a handle on the topic and can translate that knowledge into real-world time savings at work.
anonymous
After having a very bad experience with another seller for a book I so badly needed I was sceptical about reordering the same book. But I thought about it and gave it another try and I am so happy that I did. The book was EXACTLY in the condition that the seller stated and is worth every penny I spent. I am very happy with what I ordered and will return to order in the future. I recommended this seller to the students new and returning at my school and in the front office. Thank you again Amazon.com for having reliable sources for students and the like!
Cala
I'm an experienced user of Office suites including 2010, but needed an updated "Intro" class to complete an AAS. This book would be my choice, were I training others in use of Office 2010. Get the spiral bound version - it'll lay flat, and even permit rolling passed pages to the back of current text, important if your school's workstations are like mine, with about as much space for your book and notepad as an economy-class airline seat's seat-back tray. The companion website was perfectly synchronized with the exercises at the ends of all chapters.
Nargas
This book is not worth the money after about chapter 3. It is hard to follow and none of the examples in the book match up the examples that you are able to download from the website. I dont recommend this book at all. I even emailed the author asking him if there was an updated file I was missing or something and received no response. I dont understand how there are so many good reviews for this book
Kizshura
Mildly revised version of previous editions. Insignificant improvement from Bill Jelen's similar publication relating to Pivot Tables in Excel 2007.
Author's handling of the subject is clear, highly, informative, well organized. With some professional quality editing this could become an EXCELLENT book. Even in it present form, it is very useful and recommended for anyone wanting to become proficient at using pivot tables and making mince meat of inordinately large data sets.
Bill Jelen's book will serve an excellent map into the world of Pivot Tables.
Those unfamiliar with Pivot Tables will find this book an efficient and effective teaching tool to gain significant proficiency very quickly.
Become proficient with Pivot Tables and soon you will wonder how did you ever got along without them.
Kahavor
I received this book two days ago, and am about half way through. I had NO experience with pivot tables this book has been a life saver. This book has taught me not only how to do pivot tables with excel hands on examples (that you download at Mr. Excel website) but has also taught me how to think critically, why is this important to do, or why does this need to go here and not there. This hands on and theory approach is the best way of learning new concepts. I truly believe that a 10 year old could learn how to do pivot tables with this book it is that well written. The examples are great with data cleaning all the way to VBA programing. This book I would recommend without doubt if you are in need or want to learn pivot tables. I feel confident that in less than 2 days that I will put it on a resume as a technical skill. Best $30 I have ever spent and I would consider this a great investment for your life!
This book was required for a class. Initially the book itself is off-putting. Alot of the websites that the books refer you to to complete lessons have not been re-registered by the domain that had them when this book was originally published. Rendering some of the lesson exercises useless. Ignoring the fact that the passage of time, and the advancements in technology causes some of the lessons to feel abit dated the book itself is simply "alright" if you ignore the earlier mentioned points.Like, who still uses a PDA? *ahem* It gets what you need to know across and I guess that's the point.