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In Excel 2010: Real-World Projects, author Curt Frye demonstrates five important new features in Excel 2010. Using real-world examples, Curt shows how Excel 2010 will be a beneficial upgrade for all users. He highlights the improvements in PivotTables and the visual presentation of data. The release of this important business application will give users a number of new ways to review and present information. Exercise files accompany this course.
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