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Cool shortcuts, techniques, and tips for enhanced productivity in Excel for Mac 2011.
Demystifies some of the most challenging of the 300+ formulas and functions in Excel 2011 for the Mac.
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Learn how to clean up your Excel data with a few simple and easy-to-understand functions, commands, and techniques.
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Present data to your audience in a more visually compelling way with charts in this Excel tutorial.
The 2013 update to our popular series of Excel tutorials demystifies some of the most challenging of the 300+ formulas and functions in Excel and shows how to put them to their best use.
Teaches you the basics of using Excel 2013 to enter and organize data, use functions, and build charts and PivotTables.
Explores the functions, commands, and techniques in Excel that quickly restructure data, remove unwanted characters, convert date data into the desired format, and prepare data for efficient analysis.
These Excel tutorials offer easy-to-use database commands and methods for maintaining an Excel database.
Spells out the design considerations and tools needed for creating a database in Excel.
Provides formula examples and demystifies some of the nearly 400 functions in Excel.
Demystifies some of the most useful and challenging of the 300+ formulas and functions in Excel and shows how to put them to their best use.
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