Microsoft© Office Excel© 2007 Inside Out

by Mark Dodge, Craig Stinson
February 2007, 1088 pages

Learn everything you need to know for working with Microsoft Office Excel 2007--from the inside out!
This book packs hundreds of time-saving solutions, troubleshooting tips, and workarounds for using Office Excel 2007--all in concise, fast-answer format. Whether you are upgrading from Office 97 or Office 2003, you'll be able to dig in to the work-ready resources that help you take your Office Excel 2007 experience to the next level. This information-packed complete reference shows you how to get the most out of Office Excel 2007. You will learn how to navigate the product's new features and capabilities, including the new formatting and editing advances such as Live Preview. You'll explore new graphics capabilities, master the charting interface, and learn how to create dynamic lists with PivotTable© reports. You'll even learn how to automate Office Excel with macros, custom functions, and more. Plus, you'll get tools, eBooks, and more on the companion CD. With INSIDE OUT, you get all muscle and no fluff!

Key Book Benefits:

- Makes hundreds of tips, tricks, and workarounds easy to find and apply with the award-winning INSIDE OUT format

- Drills into the most-used features and functions in Office Excel, delivering comprehensive details--but no fluff--in a single volume

- Includes a companion CD with tools, eBooks, and more

About the Authors

Mark Dodge started using spreadsheet programs in a corporate accounting office in 1985, began working in computer publishing in 1988, anf has since written or edited more than two dozen books for Microsoft Press. Mark, an accomplished musician and award-winning photographer, lives with his wife on a beautiful island in Puget Sound, Washington.

Craig Stinson an industry journalist since 1981, was editor of Softalk for the IBM Personal Computer, one of the earliest machine-specific computer magazines. He is the author of more than 20 Microsoft Press books about Microsoft Windows and Excel. Craig lives with his wife and two children in Bloomington, Indiana.