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Excel 2019 All-in-One For Dummies

Greg Harvey



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John Wiley & Sons Inc
18 December 2018
Make Excel work for you Excel 2019 All-In-One For Dummies offers eight books in one!! It is completely updated to reflect the major changes Microsoft is making to Office with the 2019 release. From basic Excel functions, such as creating and editing worksheets, to sharing and reviewing worksheets, to editing macros with Visual Basic, it provides you with a broad scope of the most common Excel applications and functions-including formatting worksheets, setting up formulas, protecting worksheets, importing data, charting data, and performing statistical functions.

The book covers importing data, building and editing worksheets, creating formulas, generating pivot tables, and performing financial functions, what-if scenarios, database functions, and Web queries. More advanced topics include worksheet sharing and auditing, performing error trapping, building and running macros, charting data, and using Excel in conjunction with Microsoft Power BI (Business Intelligence) to analyze, model, and visualize vast quantities of data from a variety of local and online sources.

Get familiar with Worksheet design Find out how to work with charts and graphics Use Excel for data management, analysis, modeling, and visualization Make sense of macros and VBA If you're a new or inexperienced user looking to spend more time on your projects than trying to figure out how to make Excel work for you, this all-encompassing book makes it easy!
By:   Greg Harvey
Imprint:   John Wiley & Sons Inc
Country of Publication:   United States
Dimensions:   Height: 233mm,  Width: 190mm,  Spine: 40mm
Weight:   1.072kg
ISBN:   9781119517948
ISBN 10:   111951794X
Pages:   816
Publication Date:   18 December 2018
Audience:   Professional and scholarly ,  General/trade ,  Undergraduate ,  ELT Advanced
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Active
Introduction 1 About This Book 2 Foolish Assumptions 2 How This Book Is Organized 3 Conventions Used in This Book 7 Icons Used in This Book 9 Beyond the Book 9 Where to Go from Here 10 Book 1: Excel Basics 11 Chapter 1: The Excel 2019 User Experience 13 Excel 2019's Sleek Look and Feel 14 Excel's Start Screen 15 Excel's Ribbon User Interface 16 Getting Help 36 Launching and Quitting Excel 39 Chapter 2: Customizing Excel 2019 45 Tailoring the Quick Access Toolbar to Your Tastes 46 Exercising Your Options 49 Using Office Add-ins 72 Using Excel's Own Add-ins 74 Book 2: Worksheet Design 79 Chapter 1: Building Worksheets 81 Designer Spreadsheets 82 It Takes All Kinds (Of Cell Entries) 92 Data Entry 101 99 Saving the Data 124 Document Recovery to the Rescue 130 Chapter 2: Formatting Worksheets 133 Making Cell Selections 134 Adjusting Columns and Rows 143 Formatting Tables from the Ribbon 148 Formatting Tables with the Quick Analysis Tool 152 Formatting Cells from the Ribbon 153 Formatting Cell Ranges with the Mini-Toolbar 156 Using the Format Cells Dialog Box 158 Hiring Out the Format Painter 177 Using Cell Styles 178 Conditional Formatting 183 Chapter 3: Editing and Proofing Worksheets 193 Opening a Workbook 194 Cell Editing 101 201 A Spreadsheet with a View 209 Copying and Moving Stuff Around 216 Find and Replace This Disgrace! 227 Spell Checking Heaven 232 Looking Up and Translating Stuff 236 Marking Invalid Data 237 Eliminating Errors with Text to Speech 238 Chapter 4: Managing Worksheets 241 Reorganizing the Worksheet 242 Reorganizing the Workbook 257 Working with Multiple Workbooks 267 Consolidating Worksheets 270 Chapter 5: Printing Worksheets 277 Printing from the Excel 2019 Backstage View 278 Quick Printing the Worksheet 284 Working with the Page Setup Options 285 Using the Print Options on the Sheet tab of the Page Setup dialog box 293 Headers and Footers 294 Solving Page Break Problems 301 Printing the Formulas in a Report 303 Book 3: Formulas and Functions 305 Chapter 1: Building Basic Formulas 307 Formulas 101 308 Copying Formulas 321 Adding Array Formulas 327 Range Names in Formulas 332 Adding Linking Formulas 341 Controlling Formula Recalculation 343 Circular References 345 Chapter 2: Logical Functions and Error Trapping 347 Understanding Error Values 348 Using Logical Functions 349 Error-Trapping Formulas 353 Whiting-Out Errors with Conditional Formatting 356 Formula Auditing 358 Removing Errors from the Printout 370 Chapter 3: Date and Time Formulas 371 Understanding Dates and Times 371 Using Date Functions 374 Using Time Functions 383 Chapter 4: Financial Formulas 387 Financial Functions 101 387 The PV, NPV, and FV Functions 388 The PMT Function 392 Depreciation Functions 395 Analysis ToolPak Financial Functions 398 Chapter 5: Math and Statistical Formulas 401 Math & Trig Functions 402 Statistical Functions 412 Chapter 6: Lookup, Information, and Text Formulas 421 Lookup and Reference 422 Information, Please 433 Much Ado about Text 438 Book 4: Worksheet Collaboration and Review 445 Chapter 1: Protecting Workbooks and Worksheet Data 447 Password-Protecting the File 448 Protecting the worksheet 456 Chapter 2: Using Hyperlinks 469 Hyperlinks 101 469 Using the HYPERLINK Function 475 Chapter 3: Preparing a Workbook for Distribution 477 Getting Your Workbook Ready for Review 478 Annotating Workbooks 484 Chapter 4: Sharing Workbooks and Worksheet Data 491 Sharing Your Workbooks Online 492 Excel 2019 Data Sharing Basics 503 Exporting Workbooks to Other Usable File Formats 511 Book 5: Charts and Graphics 517 Chapter 1: Charting Worksheet Data 519 Worksheet Charting 101 520 Chapter 2: Adding Graphic Objects 553 Graphic Objects 101 554 Inserting Different Types of Graphics 562 Drawing Graphics 569 Adding Screenshots of the Windows 10 Desktop 580 Using Themes 581 Book 6: Data Management 583 Chapter 1: Building and Maintaining Data Lists 585 Data List Basics 586 Designing the basic data list 586 Add new records to a data list 589 Eliminating records with duplicate fields 595 Sorting Data 596 Sorting records on a single field 597 Sorting records on multiple fields 597 Sorting the columns of a data list 601 Sorting a data list on font and fill colors and cell icons 604 Subtotaling Data 605 Chapter 2: Filtering and Querying a Data List 609 Data List Filtering 101 610 Filtering Data 611 Using the Database Functions 628 External Data Query 631 Book 7: Data Analysis 647 Chapter 1: Performing What-If Scenarios 649 Using Data Tables 650 Exploring Different Scenarios 656 Hide and Goal Seeking 662 Using the Solver 664 Chapter 2: Performing Large-Scale Data Analysis 673 Creating Pivot Tables 674 Formatting a Pivot Table 683 Sorting and Filtering the Pivot Table Data 688 Modifying the Pivot Table 693 Creating Pivot Charts 699 Using the Power Pivot Add-in 702 Using the 3D Map feature 709 Creating Forecast Worksheets 714 Book 8: Macros and VBA 719 Chapter 1: Recording and Running Macros 721 Macro Basics 722 Assigning Macros to the Ribbon and the Quick Access Toolbar 728 Macro Security 730 Chapter 2: VBA Programming 733 Using the Visual Basic Editor 734 Creating Custom Excel Functions 747 Index 757

Greg Harvey, PhD, is a veteran computer educator dating back to the days of DOS and Lotus 1-2-3. He has taught spreadsheet and database management courses at Golden Gate University and written dozens of books, including many in the For Dummies series.

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