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Excel Outside the Box Designed with the Excel guru in mind, this handbook introduces advanced and creative solutions and hacks for the software's most challenging problems. Through a series of more than 50 techniques, tables, formulas, and charts, this guide details processes that may be used in any Excel application and across all disciplines. Creative approaches for building formulas within formulas, pivot tables, co... Full description

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For the person who wants to be above Excel Guru 27 février 2012
Par Nerd32768 - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
This book is simply amazing. It contains unique information that is not covered in the typical Excel book as other Excel book authors do not have the keen analytical mind that Mr. Umlas possesses to invent and discover Excel techniques that are truly "Outside the Box".

The typical Excel book is a paraphrase of the Excel help file that is boring to read. On the other hand, this book contains techniques discovered by using critical thinking skills to solve real world issues. It is not a regurgitation of the help file!

It is well written and does not require the user to read it in sequential order. The lucid explanation of array formulas demystifies this esoteric feature of Excel that few people can grasp. For anybody seeking to learn array formulas, this book will put them on the fast-track to being an array formula guru. Ctrl-Shift-Enter has become my favorite Excel key combination since reading this book.

In addition to array formulas, this book contains a treasure trove of charting techniques, pivot table tips and tricks, VBA techniques and a vast array of other "neat" tricks. The VBA code examples covered do not have fluff such as tutorials on error handling, explanations of variable declaration and things of that nature. Although these topics are important, one does not need a book to learn them as it can be found online or by hitting the F1 key for help. However, it contains a wealth of neat VBA tricks that cannot be found by looking at the help file.

Reading this book has helped me become a more critical thinker. Indeed, I can honestly say that this book has taught me how to think "Outside the Box".

Five stars does not do this book justice! Amazon should make an exception and rate this book 10 stars!
4 internautes sur 4 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Teaches powerful and elegant techniques 6 octobre 2013
Par DJS - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
This is one of the most useful Excel books I have read. The author did a fantastic job in demonstrating unique solutions to common Excel challenges.

While there were many useful tips, two were especially helpful which I utilize in everyday use of Excel:

* Overriding cell formulas. The use of a relative reference in a defined name is brilliant. Previously, I allowed overrides by writing cumbersome VBA code to restore the original formula and unprotecting everything to modify formulas, but the tip demonstrated in this book is so much more elegant and efficient.

* The topic on trimming worksheet cells on large blocks of cells. This was worth the price of the book in my opinion. I had downloaded some Excel utilities that had code to trim cells on a worksheet. The code was written the "typical" way as described in the book. It performed adequately on smaller numbers of cells, but got overwhelmed on large blocks. I knew that cells could be read into an array and that an array could be written to a block of cells, but I would have never thought to process data in an array as demonstrated here. What used to take minutes trimming cells individually now takes seconds using the techniques presented.
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Yes, those impossible challenges CAN be solved in Excel! 16 mars 2012
Par Tom Urtis - Publié sur Amazon.com
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You cannot say that you know Excel if you have not read this book. Fifty-four amazing revelations of what Excel can do are shared by Microsoft Excel MVP and expert Bob Umlas, all derived from his style of outside-the-Excel-box mentations.

Bob's book is easy to read, with large font type and generously sized screen shots to explain techniques that will impress Excel power users and experts alike. Whether you work with charts, pivot tables, array formulas, filters or VBA, you'll see Excel produce results that I dare say you'd not have imagined were possible.

If an Excel workbook were a chemist's laboratory, Bob Umlas is the scientist whose pushing-the-envelope discoveries you'll want to know about, and to keep in your Excel's arsenal of "Wow Solutions".
Not so great 15 mars 2015
Par Scott Landreth - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
Already know a lot of this stuff. Don't especially like the format. It's a little rinky dink and thus not that easy to follow. They should take the the font size down and try to get more info on a page. But then they wouldn't have a book. The ideas are OK, but in my opinion, stick with Bill Jelen or John Walkenbach.
For an Excel power-user, this is like a polish 10 septembre 2014
Par Almir Budalica - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
You might never need some of the techniques described in the book, but if you need only one, it will save you a lot of time and effort. For an Excel power-user, this is like a polish.
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