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This Isn't Excel, It's Magic!: Tips and Tricks for Getting the Most Out of Microsoft Excel (Anglais) Broché – Illustré, 31 janvier 2005

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5.0 étoiles sur 5 If you use Excel then this is good book for you 18 février 2017
Par Meg - Publié sur
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Is very good book. Lots of tips and techniques to overcome challenges with Excel.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 A simple, but amazingly useful book. - Very Clever! :) 28 décembre 2005
Par Darryl Collins - Publié sur
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Bob Umlas is a regular and valued contributor to numerous Excel user groups and mailing lists. Whilst I have never met him personally he has always been generous with his time and knowledge, and infinite with his patience. He is also one of the smartest guys you will meet and understands Excel and spreadsheets inside out.

This is only a little book (142 pages), but that certainly is not a criticism. Rather than filling many pages with fluff, Bob has produced a compact, but brilliantly useful book of shortcuts, formula secrets and tricks.

Amazingly there is no Visual Basic (macro) coding in this book. It is all done using Excel's built in features and formulae capabilities.

One thing I loved about this book is it tackles `real world' problems. Bob clearly understands the frustrating types of issues that the average excel user has to tackle on a day to day basis. The sort of annoying and time consuming problems the IT training department gloss over at the corporate Excel training classes.

Some of the tips are simple one liners - but that doesn't make them any less useful. Indeed I was constantly surprised at how often I was going "oh that is sooo cool" or "Hey, I didn't know you could do that!" and I have been designing and developing custom built spreadsheets for large corporations for over 15 years.

Is this book for you? Well that depends. This is not a book for Excel beginners or if you want to learn to write macros in Visual Basic. If you are the type of person who likes to have big chunky books on the shelf to look important and impress people, then this brilliant, pithy and simple book is also not for you.

However, if you use Excel professionally or fun then you absolutely should consider grabbing a copy of this highly useful and informative book. It will save you many hours of work and delight you at the same time. - Excellent stuff

Highly Recommended.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 No less than 5 stars 7 décembre 2014
Par Uly Pittman - Publié sur
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Why anyone would give this book any less than 5 stars is beyond me. This book is clear and well written and goes waaayyy beyond what you're likely to find in "dummy" books and youtube. He consulted for my company years ago as an excel teacher and it was easily the best time spent training in my years there. Plus he is a very nice man who is passionate about what he does. I wouldn't part with this book.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Practical and Illustrative 22 février 2006
Par Christine Curtis - Publié sur
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What a handy little book chuck full of hints, tips and techniques by Bob Umlas. Bob Umlas is a Microsoft MVP and has held that honor since 1995 for his dedication to various online groups

The book is organized into 6 categorizing chapters: Features, Formulas, Keyboard Shortcuts, Printing, Miscellaneous, and VBA. It contains 142 pages with 84 tricks, tips and manipulative techniques, some of which are quite useful.

Some of the techniques covered are ones that you probably learned at some point but have forgotten. Others will be old tricks applied differently that will give you a new perspective. Plus there are many advanced features that are explained to stretch your skills. What impresses me the most is the practicality of what is presented in the book. The majority of the techniques are useful hints that can be put into practice rather easily.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 An absolute must have for Excel users of all levels. True magic! 19 février 2006
Par Alesa Ward - Publié sur
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This isn't Excel, It's Magic! is a fantastic book. I thought I knew a lot about Excel; but I now realize how little I did know. It is hard to pick a favorite because there are so many great head spinning, jaw dropping tips & tricks.

The book is well written with easy to follow examples. It makes unlocking the power of Excel an amazing experience. 85 great topics ranging from using advance filters to using vba bookmarks. A must have for beginning and expert users everywhere.

Thanks for a great time saving book, Mr. Umlas. You are a true magician!!
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