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The books, CDs, and DVDs here are published by QUE or Holy Macro! Books. Written by Bill MrExcel Jelen and other Microsoft MVPs, they cover every aspect of Excel, including Power Query, Power Pivot, and Excel. If you use Excel 40 hours per week, you will find these titles concise and useful.
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Despite the moniker "data monkey," we information workers are often more like data magicians. Our data seldom enters our world in a ready-to-consume format; it can take hours of cleaning, filtering, and reshaping to get things ready to go. Power Query will make this process faster the first time and reduce it to a single button click every subsequent time.
This book helps you realize that Excel is on your side. It can be your friend, not your enemy. If and when you upgrade your Excel skills you will experience many positives: you will learn to love Excel, you will learn how to use Excel to become an invaluable asset in your workplace.
Cool Excel Sh*t is designed with the Excel guru in mind, introducing advanced, creative solutions and hacks for the software's most challenging problems.
This is a 5th edition of MrExcel XL. Updates for 2021 include: LAMBDA, LET, Power Query Fuzzy Match, Sort & Filter in Sheet View, Cut-out people, Save object as image, STOCKHISTORY, Wolfram Alpha Data Types, Custom Data Types from Power Query, Weather data types, bilingual spreadsheets, Performance improvements, Unhide multiple worksheets, Action pen, Collapsible task panes, LET function to re-use calculations, store formulas using LAMBDA, Recursive LAMBDA, Branching LAMBDA, Lambda to return a picture, Excel function quick reference.
Released in 2021, this book will teach you the DAX language from the ground up, using Power BI as your canvas.
If you have an Excel workbook that needs to regularly harvest data from a web page, this book is for you. The book covers various methods for getting data from the web, from VBA to Selenium to Power Query.
You wait for one decent Financial Modelling book to come out and then two come along at once. This edition is aimed at those who wish to advance their knowledge and expertise in financial modelling by addressing common problems that occur day to day in the world of business / decision analyses, forecasting, and valuations.
This is a 4th edition of MrExcel LX. Updates for 2020 include: Ask a question about your data, XLOOKUP, Power Query's Data Profiling tools, How Geography Data Types decide which Madison, A SEQUENCE example for descending 52 weeks, Exchange Rates support in Stock Data Types, How to collapse the Search box, How to leave effective feedback for Microsoft, How to post your worksheet to the MrExcel Board using XL2BB.
Fifteen months after Dynamic Arrays debuted for Office Insiders, the functions are being released to General Availability. This second edition of the book has been updated with new examples: see how Dynamic Arrays make XLOOKUP better. The chapter on the logic behind arrays has been expanded.