Excel 2010 In Depth Data Files

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Derek Brown

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I cannot see any details of there being any sample files for download but, to be honest, I would not really expect them to be available for this type of book. I don't believe they were available for the Excel 2007 version either.
I see the 'data extracts' on a page being there as a visual aid to the description of the function or technique.
 

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