Excel 2016 Bible (Paperback, 1,152 pages) £22.09 delivered @ Amazon
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Excel 2016 Bible (Paperback, 1,152 pages) £22.09 delivered @ Amazon

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Found 11th MarEdited by:"MRR_ltd"
An excellent and highly rated resource to teaching yourself Microsoft Excel from beginner to advanced level. You can also download the worksheets directly from the website, which allow you to follow along with the exercises provided.

I am currently in the processing of learning Excel myself, so would appreciate any advice from the community that are more experienced on how to go about educating yourself?

Free delivery & prime next-day delivery - cheapest it's been in a while!

I was reading up the reviews, and people preferred this over the Excel for Dummies edition that's widely popular published by another author.

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Could just read ExcelForum or MrExcel for free?
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Could just read ExcelForum or MrExcel for free?
I absolutely hate using excel yet I know I should learn it !
m5rcc1 h, 1 m ago

Could just read ExcelForum or MrExcel for free?

No thanks, and I'm grateful to the OP for posting the deal.
It's truly practice makes perfect. Over 15 years of using it for 6 hours every weekday and I think I've pretty much learnt the lot.

Trial and error.
Most things you want to do using excel has a YouTube video. I dont see the need of having to buy a book every time a newer version is released.
Shame they don't do the Koran version
roloboy3 h, 25 m ago

I absolutely hate using excel yet I know I should learn it !


Your not alone. They should call 2016 'Millennial edition'.
The idea of moving away from an OS level standard menu layout to randomly placed icons just to please a generation who will never use excel until they grow up is beyond me.
The people who like this layout are happier sat on a tablet playing candy crush than being productive. Its completely illogical why youd do it. Its like giving a human a stick and telling it to get its food by sticking the stick in a termit mound.. and calling it progress.

If they want to do this they should release 2 versions - the home/light use version (accounts would probably like this version to) with nice big buttons and the corporate versions for devs and frequent users who need common and easily accessible menus.


Sorry for the rant. Something set me off.
Microsoft Excel is can be used for some really advanced spreadsheet, though I think £22.09 I'm going to vote hot hoping that this includes info for creating the advanced spreadsheets with macros, filters etc. Thanks! Wow @ITMA this may be the first time I actually agree with you, haha.
Edited by: "SackCity" 11th Mar
Silhouette11th Mar

It's truly practice makes perfect. Over 15 years of using it for 6 hours …It's truly practice makes perfect. Over 15 years of using it for 6 hours every weekday and I think I've pretty much learnt the lot.Trial and error.


I would go insane - hope they pay you the big bucks
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