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I have included a selection of books which have mostly been awarded five stars by readers who have purchased them. If you follow these links to Amazon, they are sold with a discount of 15%-30%

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Excel 2002 for Dummies

A great reference for the beginner and the pressed-for-time, this book is organized as a series of chapters that build from the basics of pointing and clicking and figuring out the different parts of the spreadsheet to more advanced topics like Web-based data entry and macros. Visual learners will find much to love as well--there are screen shots galore and plenty of icons to point you to the most salient items quickly.

Microsoft Excel 2002 Formulas (With a CD rom)

... expanded with two all-new chapters on financial formulas, this one-of-a-kind reference delivers all the tips and techniques you need to maximize one of the most powerful spreadsheet tools: formulas. With clear explanations of operators, nesting, and functions plus hundreds of practical, real-world examples, spreadsheet expert John Walkenbach shares proven solutions for typical Excel challenges.

Business Analysis with Microsoft Excel

Take control of the bottom line using expert techniques and Excel's powerful financial capabilities! Whether you own a small business or work for a large corporation; whether you are looking for help making financial and business decisions - this book is for you. Professional advice and guidance from an experienced author provide the answers to your most pressing questions. 

Microsoft Excel 2000: Step by Step 

... quick and easy instruction on the use of Microsoft Excel 2000, including how to create worksheets, charts, and graphs to effectively analyze data, quickly organize data using filter and sort, create and use macros to automate work, and format dates for the twenty-first century. CD-ROM included

VBA for Modelers: Developing Decision Support Systems Using Microsoft Excel

This handbook helps students learn to use Visual Basic for Applications as a means to automate methods and models and create special applications. With VBA, sophisticated management science techniques work behind a simple and nice interface. Gaining valuable experience, students will develop applications that are user friendly and tailored to a specific problem while the "number crunching" takes place behind the scenes. 

Excel Charts by John Walkenbach
This book is intended for intermediate to advanced users who want to master Excel's charting feature. It starts with the basics of chart-making, and ends up with extensive coverage of creating charts with VBA. In the process, you'll find hundreds of useful examples, and learn insider tips and techniques.

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