Excel 2016 Formulas (häftad)
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Engelska
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816
Utgivningsdatum
2016-01-08
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1
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John Wiley & Sons Inc
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black & white illustrations
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241 x 196 x 44 mm
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1043 g
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1
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9781119067863
Excel 2016 Formulas (häftad)

Excel 2016 Formulas

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Leverage the full power of Excel formulas Excel 2016 Formulas is fully updated to cover all of the tips, tricks, and techniques you need to maximize the power of Excel 2016 through the use of formulas. This comprehensive book explains how to create financial formulas, release the power of array formulas, develop custom worksheet functions with VBA, debug formulas, and much more. Whether you're a beginner, a power user, or somewhere in between this is your essential go-to for the latest on Excel formulas. When conducting simple math or building highly complicated spreadsheets that require formulas up to the task, leveraging the right formula can heighten the accuracy and efficiency of your work, and can improve the speed with which you compile and analyze data. Understanding which formulas to use and knowing how to create a formula when you need to are essential. * Access tips, tricks, and techniques that have been fully updated to reflect the latest capabilities of Microsoft Excel * Create and use formulas that have the power to transform your Excel experience * Leverage supplemental material online, including sample files, templates, and worksheets from the book
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    Magnus Olof Jacobsson, 12 april 2018

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Michael Alexander is a Microsoft Certified Application Developer and author of several books on Microsoft Access and Excel. He runs a free tutorial site at datapigtechnologies.com. Dick Kusleika develops Access- and Excel-based solutions, and conducts Office training seminars in the U.S. and Australia. He writes the popular blog dailydoseofexcel.com. John Walkenbach is a renowned authority on Excel. He has written hundreds of articles, thirty-plus books, created the award-winning Power Utility Pak, and developed the popular spreadsheetpage.com.

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Introduction xxvii Part I: Understanding Formula Basics Chapter 1: The Excel User Interface in a Nutshell 3 The Workings of Workbooks 3 Worksheets 4 Chart sheets 5 Macro sheets and dialog sheets 5 The Excel User Interface 5 The Ribbon 6 Backstage View 7 Shortcut menus and the mini toolbar 7 Dialog boxes 7 Customizing the UI 8 Task panes 9 Customizing onscreen display 9 Numeric formatting 9 Stylistic formatting 9 Protection Options 10 Securing access to the entire workbook 10 Limiting access to specific worksheet ranges 13 Protecting the workbook structure 16 Chapter 2: Basic Facts About Formulas 19 Entering and Editing Formulas 19 Formula elements 20 Entering a formula 20 Pasting names 22 Spaces and line breaks 22 Formula limits 23 Sample formulas 23 Editing formulas 24 Using Operators in Formulas 25 Reference operators 25 Sample formulas that use operators 26 Operator precedence 27 Nested parentheses 29 Calculating Formulas 30 Cell and Range References 30 Creating an absolute or a mixed reference 31 Referencing other sheets or workbooks 33 Copying or Moving Formulas 35 Making an Exact Copy of a Formula 36 Converting Formulas to Values 37 Hiding Formulas 39 Errors in Formulas 40 Dealing with Circular References 41 Goal Seeking 42 A goal seeking example 42 More about goal seeking 43 Chapter 3: Working with Names 45 What s in a Name? 45 A Name s Scope 46 Referencing names 47 Referencing names from another workbook 48 Conflicting names 48 The Name Manager 48 Creating names 49 Editing names 50 Deleting names 50 Shortcuts for Creating Cell and Range Names 50 The New Name dialog box 51 Creating names using the Name box 52 Creating names from text in cells 52 Naming entire rows and columns 54 Names created by Excel 55 Creating Multisheet Names 55 Working with Range and Cell Names 57 Creating a list of names 58 Using names in formulas 59 Using the intersection operators with names 59 Using the range operator with names 61 Referencing a single cell in a multicell named range 61 Applying names to existing formulas 62 Applying names automatically when creating a formula 63 Unapplying names 63 Names with errors 64 Viewing named ranges 64 Using names in charts 64 How Excel Maintains Cell and Range Names 65 Inserting a row or column 65 Deleting a row or a column 65 Cutting and pasting 65 Potential Problems with Names 66 Name problems when copying sheets 66 Name problems when deleting sheets 66 The Secret to Understanding Names 68 Naming constants 68 Naming text constants 69 Using worksheet functions in named formulas 70 Using cell and range references in named formulas 71 Using named formulas with relative references 72 Advanced Techniques That Use Names 75 Using the INDIRECT function with a named range 75 Using arrays in named formulas 77 Creating a dynamic named formula 78 Using an XLM macro in a named formula 80 Part II: Leveraging Excel Functions Chapter 4: Introducing Worksheet Functions 85 What Is a Function? 85 Simplify your formulas 86 Perform otherwise impossible calculations 86 Speed up editing tasks 86 Provide decision-making capability 87 More about functions 87 Function Argument Types 88 Names as arguments 89 Full-column or full-row as arguments 89 Literal values as arguments 90 Expressions as arguments 90 Other functions as arguments 91 Arrays as arguments 91 Ways to Enter a Function into a Formula 91 Entering a function manually 91 Using the Function Library commands 93 Using the Insert Function dialog box 94 More tips for entering functions 96 Chapter 5: Manipulating Tex