Excel 2002: The Complete Reference

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Osborne/McGraw-Hill, 2001 - Computers - 759 pages
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This complete reference gives you comprehensive coverage of the latest release of Excel with details on all the new features, including speech recognition, enhanced user interfaces, improved multi-user document editing, digital signature support, improved crash recovery, multiple copy and paste clipboards, new Web query interfaces, multi-use task panes, "smart" tags, and improved pivot tables.

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About the author (2001)

Kathy Ivens is the author of more than 50 computer books, including the previous editions of this title. She is a senior contributing editor for Windows IT Pro Magazine.

Conrad Carlberg is the author of more than ten books about Microsoft Excel. As a multi-time recipient of Microsoft's MVP designation for Excel, he is a nationally recognized expert on that application.
Carlberg's Ph.D. in statistics involves work in forecasting, as does his work in telecommunications and the health-care industry. He used the techniques in this book to reduce a crushing $24 million inventory owned by a Baby Bell to under $10 million in 18 months. The carrying costs for $24 million in equipment are significant. The point: This forecasting stuff works.
As preparation for starting his consultancy, Carlberg spent two years as a sales engineer for a "Fortune" 500 company.

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