Media praise for Head First Excel
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"Head First Excel is awesome! Like other Head First books, it's a very approachable mix of knowledge, business situations, and humor. Not only do you learn all you need to know about Excel, but you also get to learn some real business lingo and smarts as well. Need to create formulas? Need to make reports, charts, or pivot tables? This is the book for you. Head First Excel gives you the goods and will help you excel at Excel!"
"Head First Excel shows how to fully utilize some of the best features Excel has to offer to improve productivity and data analysis skills. If Ive been using Excel for over ten years and still found many useful topics, so can you, regardless of your experience level."
"Do you use Excel to keep lists and calculate the occasional budget? Would you like to dive deeper and learn how Excel can give you an edge in your daily workflow? Unlock your Excel superpowers with Michael Milton's Head First Excel. Excel's many features can seem intimidating. Michael cuts through the complexity and teaches you to bend Excel to your will."
"...I found Head First Excel useful in that I discovered a couple of uses I hadnt thought of despite having dug through more formal Excel introductions without noticing the capability...All told, recommended."
-- , Chaos Manor, The User's Column, April 2010, Column 357
"I think that this is a fine introduction to Data Analysis and Graphics enabling the user of spreadsheets to solve the business, scientific and organizational problems they face that require Data Analysis."
-- , Amazon.com
"...commended to anyone who wants a sound and effective self-teaching resource. Regardless of which spreadsheet application, this title is well worth examination as a primary learning tool."
-- , Linux Users of Victoria Inc.
"...this is a brain-friendly guide Excel users will relish. "
-- , The Bookwatch: The Computer Shelf
"This is an excellent book for new users and people taking a refreshment course, especially after Milton removes the fear of learning something new and explains the subject in easy-to-understand, everyday language."
-- , San Francisco Book Review