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by Patrick Blattner

eBook Special Edition Using Microsoft Office Excel 2003 download ISBN: 0789729539
Author: Patrick Blattner
Publisher: Que Publishing; 1 edition (September 21, 2003)
Language: English
Pages: 984
ePub: 1857 kb
Fb2: 1539 kb
Rating: 4.3
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Category: Technologies
Subcategory: Software

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A comparable book is Microsoft Office Excel 2003 Step-by-Step. This book is far more detailed and intuitive, though. If you are considering getting an office-worthy reference, I would rate this one over the Microsoft title above. The One Book You'll Need. Published by Thriftbooks. com User, 15 years ago. This is the best book written on Excel (I bought two other's before I found this one). This is a one-stop shop for an Excel reference book. Easily scannable, easy to read.

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Comments: (7)
blac wolf
When you run into a problem with, EXCEL, the answer will be found in the book.
Kakashkaliandiia
As usual, the "Special Edition Using" is the best manual on this software topic, and likely the biggest and most comprehensive one, and its graphics are in color (while the #2 publisher's graphics are in black-and-white). If you can find a S.E.U. manual for your topic, buy it.
Marelyne
This is a good reference book I got for the office. It's got a ton of information and is easy to read. It's reflects this with it's weight and when you stack this with other books in the series it gets heavy quick. I like the information, even if a lot, better too much than not enough.
Umi
Although you can Google "how do I..." for most functions and procedures for most software programs, I find it helpful to have a book on my desk that I can flip through. Sometimes, while looking for the solution to a specific Excel problem, I see something interesting in the table of contents or in the index that I bookmark to try out later.
Kanrad
This is the best reference book for Excel on the market! As an Excel instructor, I have reviewed virtually every book out there and this is the one I use for my class in Advanced Excel for Business. You will not be disappointed!
Goktilar
Very happy with this legacy Excel 2003 handbook.
I always liked Que products & this one did not disappoint me.
Arrived via USPS in good shape & promptly for printed matter.
Condition of book was as advertised.
wanderpool
I consider myself and intermediate user of Excel. I occasionally use macros, but don't venture into VBA. I have had this book for a couple months now and I feel it has 2 serious flaws. I find the examples hard to follow. In addition, the index does not make it easy to find items in the book. I find myself hunting and hunting for information. When I find it, it is not particulary clear. If you are looking for an Excel reference, keep looking. Maybe it is ok if you are more of a beginner, but it labels itself as "The Only Excel 2003 Book You Need." This is hyperbole.
I had always used the QUE series of books for MS Office reference. These are bloated goats now, only stating the obvious. I'm an intermediate / advanced user but no VB. I need a reference to tell me why new things I'm trying don't work or how features interact. Not what the feature is "supposed to do". When I find more useful info on the Microsoft Support page.... you know the book is a waste. Stay away from this one, unless you are brand newbie...