Hey, you know your way around a spreadsheet—so now dig into Excel 2003 and really put your data to work! This supremely organized reference packs hundreds of time-saving solutions, troubleshooting tips, and handy workarounds in concise, fast answer format. Work smarter with core functions such as using worksheets and charts, analyzing data, and creating databases—and quickly advance your expertise by building PivotTable reports, creating macros, using custom functions, and automating Microsoft Excel with Microsoft Visual Basic® for Applications. Also learn how to link and embed Excel data in other Microsoft Office applications, and how to capture, reuse, and share data by exploiting XML features. On the companion CD you get an eBook of Microsoft Office Excel 2003 Inside Out, along with Insider Extras from the authors, a trial version of the Spreadsheet Assistant add-on, a collection of Microsoft resources for learning about Office, a catalog of 3rd-party Excel resources, and two additional e-books: the Microsoft Computer Dictionary, Fifth Edition, and the Insider’s Guide to Microsoft Office OneNote 2003. With INSIDE OUT, you’ll discover the best and fastest ways to perform everyday tasks—and challenge yourself to new levels of Excel mastery!
About the Author
Craig Stinson was a contributing author to Microsoft Windows® XP Inside Out and a coauthor of Microsoft Windows XP Inside Out, Deluxe Edition. Before coauthoring Microsoft Excel Version 2002 Inside Out, he cowrote several editions of the best-selling Running Microsoft Windows. He is also a contributing editor of PC Magazine and has written music reviews for such well-known publications as Billboard, the Boston Globe, and the Christian Science Monitor.
A former senior technical writer for the Microsoft Office User Assistance group, Mark Dodge cowrote Microsoft Excel Version 2002 Inside Out and was the coauthor of four editions of Running Microsoft Excel. He served as technical editor for more than a dozen books on Microsoft applications and has been honored with six awards from the Society for Technical Communication.