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Get more done in Excel for Mac 2016. Excel expert Dennis Taylor helps Excel users take their spreadsheet skills to the next level with this collection of tips and tricks.
Learn how to use PivotTables—Microsoft's pivot table feature—to summarize, sort, and analyze your data in Excel for Mac 2016.
Learn everything you need to master Excel for Mac 2016, including using functions, printing worksheets, and collaborating with others.
Learn how to quickly become productive with the Office 365 for Mac version of Excel, including how to use functions, format data, and collaborate with others.
Learn how to quickly become productive with Excel for Mac 2016, including how to use functions, format data, and collaborate with others.
Learn everything you need to master Excel for Mac—now accessible from anywhere with an Office 365 subscription.
Take this fun and fast 5-day Excel challenge to test your Excel skills.
Learn how to use Excel for Mac 2011 to create different kinds of charts—from column, bar, and line charts to Gantt and exploded pie charts—and understand which type works best for your data.
Cool shortcuts, techniques, and tips for enhanced productivity in Excel for Mac 2011.
Learn how to manage and analyze large amounts of data with the sorting, filtering, and statistical- and database-analysis features in Excel 2011 for the Mac.
Shows Excel 2008 for Mac users how to make the transition to Excel 2011.
A comprehensive overview of Excel spreadsheet software for the Mac.
Shows how to create Pivot Table reports, an amazing tool for data analysis, using internal Excel data and outside data sources.
Fully explores the intricacies of working with this information management software.
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