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Excel Formulas Functions For Dummies, 5th Ed.


There are more than 400 built-in functions in Excel 2019, from AGGREGATE to Z.TEST. The question is which ones will make your work easier? How and why should you use a particular function in your formulas? Excel Formulas and Functions For Dummies offers thorough but easy-to-read coverage of powerful Excel functions.




Excel Formulas Functions For Dummies, 5th Ed.


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You can use 3-D references to refer to cells on other sheets, to define names, and to create formulas by using the following functions: SUM, AVERAGE, AVERAGEA, COUNT, COUNTA, MAX, MAXA, MIN, MINA, PRODUCT, STDEV.P, STDEV.S, STDEVA, STDEVPA, VAR.P, VAR.S, VARA, and VARPA.


  • There's a Swiss Army knife in your digital toolbox that can multiply your productivity and make you the smartest guy or gal in almost any room. It's called Microsoft Excel. If you're like most people, you've barely scratched the surface of what this powerful tool's hundreds of built-in functions can do. But with a little help from Excel Formulas & Functions For Dummies, you'll soon be organizing, analyzing, and interpreting data like a pro. For those who don't know the difference between a spreadsheet and a bedsheet, the book gets you up to speed with formula and function basics first. But you can also skip ahead to the fancy stuff and learn about working with probabilities, significance tests, and lookup functions. This easy-to-use Excel formulas and functions survival guide shows you how to: Work with financial functions like PMT, PPMT, NPER, RATE, and PV

  • Calculate mean, median, mode, standard deviation, and many more statistical functions

  • Troubleshoot formulas for common errors and validate your data to avoid mistakes

  • Work with dates, times, logic operators, conditions, and basic and advanced mathematical functions

You don't need a degree in data science or advanced mathematics to take advantage of the full functionality and flexibility of Microsoft Excel. Let Excel Formulas & Functions For Dummies show you how to transform this unassuming program into the most useful tool in your toolbox.if(typeof performance.mark !== 'undefined')performance.mark("Product_Tabs_loading_start");Related collections and offersProduct DetailsAbout the AuthorTable of ContentsProduct DetailsISBN-13:9781119839118Publisher:Wiley Publication date:12/21/2021Edition description:6th ed. Pages:416Sales rank:239,375Product dimensions: 7.40(w) x 9.10(h) x 1.10(d)About the AuthorKen Bluttman is a veteran software and web developer specializing in Excel/VBA and database-centric web applications. He has written articles and books on topics like Office/VBA development, XML, SQL Server, and InfoPath. Ken is the author of Excel Charts For Dummies and all previous editions of Excel Formulas & Functions For Dummies.Table of ContentsIntroduction 1


This step-by-step guide is packed with exercises that walk you through the basic and advanced functions and formulas included in Excel. At your own speed, you'll learn how to enter data, format your spreadsheet, and apply the mathematical and statistical capabilities of the program.


  • The best way to learn how to build Excel(R) spreadsheets is to dive headfirst into the software and let the formulas and functions fly. With the exercises in this book, you'll get hands-on experience with entering and formatting data, using formulas and functions, creating charts and PivotTables, and writing macros. The ultimate learn-by-doing guide to Microsoft's best-selling spreadsheet program, this book offers step-by-step lessons on basic and advanced topics to help you master one of the most widely used business apps today! Inside... Enter data and format your spreadsheet

  • Add formulas and functions

  • Create and customize charts

  • Build sophisticated PivotTables

  • Write time-saving macros

  • Secure your files with passwords

  • Share your work with colleagues

  • Avoid common Excel pitfalls

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With this book, you'll learn to apply the power of Excel functions and formulas to make your work and other tasks easier. Compare 15-year vs. 30-year mortgage terms, choose between leasing or buying a car, compute classroom grades, create an amortization table, evaluate investment performance, calculate the real cost of credit card purchases, or forecast college expenses and savings. All of this and more is possible when you master functions and formulas in Excel. Although it covers the latest software version, Excel 2019, the techniques and functions described in this book can be used on any version of Excel.


  • There's a Swiss Army knife in your digital toolbox that can multiply your productivity and make you the smartest guy or gal in almost any room. It's called Microsoft Excel.If you're like most people, you've barely scratched the surface of what this powerful tool's hundreds of built-in functions can do. But with a little help from Excel Formulas & Functions For Dummies, you'll soon be organizing, analyzing, and interpreting data like a pro.For those who don't know the difference between a spreadsheet and a bedsheet, the book gets you up to speed with formula and function basics first. But you can also skip ahead to the fancy stuff and learn about working with probabilities, significance tests, and lookup functions.This easy-to-use Excel formulas and functions survival guide shows you how to:Work with financial functions like PMT, PPMT, NPER, RATE, and PV

  • Calculate mean, median, mode, standard deviation, and many more statistical functions

  • Troubleshoot formulas for common errors and validate your data to avoid mistakes

  • Work with dates, times, logic operators, conditions, and basic and advanced mathematical functions

You don't need a degree in data science or advanced mathematics to take advantage of the full functionality and flexibility of Microsoft Excel. Let Excel Formulas & Functions For Dummies show you how to transform this unassuming program into the most useful tool in your toolbox. Write a review Check your local Dymocks store for stock Enter your postcode: Please enter a valid postcode. FIND IN STORE Please note that prices may vary between www.dymocks.com.au and Dymocks stores. Sorry, an error occurred while checking availability. Please try again later. Loading...


In this lesson, you'll develop a solid understanding of the Excel interface. You'll become fluent in the secret language spoken only by Excel users, you'll discover the best way to correct just about any mistake you might make in Excel, and you'll find yourself gliding effortlessly from cell to cell, leaving behind expertly written labels, numbers, and formulas. Lesson 2 - Creating a Worksheet In this lesson, you'll learn five simple steps you should always follow to ensure that your worksheets are always well-planned, well-constructed, and beautifully formatted. Lesson 3 - Time-Savers This lesson will teach you the tricks of the Excel masters: a wide variety of useful shortcuts guaranteed to save you time, energy, and frustration. You'll also spend some time working with the Quick Analysis and Flash Fill tools. By the time you finish this lesson, you'll really start to feel like an Excel pro. Lesson 4 - Relative, Absolute, Mixed, and Circular References Do you know the difference between a relative reference, an absolute reference, a mixed reference, and a circular reference? You will after this lesson. In this lesson, you'll learn to write sophisticated formulas that can help ease you through some rather sticky scenarios. Lesson 5 - Three-Dimensional Workbooks With enough practice, most Excel users quickly become adept at organizing their worksheets across two dimensions: rows and columns. But only a select few will learn how to take their worksheets into the third dimension. In this lesson, you'll join that exclusive group. Prepare to have your socks knocked off as you gain hands-on experience in the construction of three-dimensional workbooks. Lesson 6 - Sorting, Subtotaling, and Filtering No Excel course would be complete without a discussion of Excel's amazing data-crunching capabilities. In this lesson, you'll learn how to build a table in Excel as well as how to subtotal, sort, and filter. Lesson 7 - Charting Basics In this lesson, you'll explore the exciting world of charts. You'll build your first graph and learn how easy it is to adjust the chart type, labels, titles, colors, and other aspects of your chart. Lesson 8 - Advanced Charting Techniques In this lesson, you'll dig deep into Excel's charting capabilities. You'll explore everything from bar charts and line charts to more prosaic graphs like the pie chart and 3D charts. You'll find out how to personalize your charts with photographs, text labels, and drawings. You'll also discover the best ways to format your chart for print or otherwise display the truly impressive charts that you'll be creating. Lesson 9 - Intro to Excel's Statistical Functions Excel includes many powerful functions that can automatically perform some very complicated tasks for you. In this lesson, you'll learn some very interesting ways to put these functions to work for you. You'll find out how to ask Excel to magically derive averages, modes, maximums, minimums, and other useful statistics from nothing more than a column or two of numbers. Lesson 10 - Financial Functions You'll continue your exploration of Excel functions with an in-depth look at Excel's handy financial functions. By the time this lesson is over, you'll be able to figure out how much money you'll have when you retire, when your kids reach college, or just before your next vacation. You'll be able to calculate the monthly payment on just about any type of loan, and you'll know how to figure out how long it will take to pay off your credit cards. You'll even create an amortization table of your very own, just like the one lenders use to track a loan's payoff amount over time. Lesson 11 - Worksheet Automation In this lesson, you'll find out how to automate just about any task you find tedious or time-consuming. You'll discover how to move your most frequently used commands from their present, obscure locations to a much more convenient place: the toolbar that's always perched at the very top of your screen. You'll also learn how you can use macros to reduce just about any complex task to a single keystroke. Lesson 12 - Mastering Excel's IF Function You'll be intrigued by the final lesson, in which you'll learn how to use Excel to aid you in decision making. You'll use a special function in Excel that allows it to make comparisons and use those comparisons as the basis for important decisions. Requirements Prerequisites: 041b061a72


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