From the Back Cover
Want some advice from Mr. Spreadsheet? Here it is!
Nobody knows Excel like John Walkenbach. For this one-of-a-kindcollection, he's handpicked over 200 of his favorite shortcuts,secrets, and workarounds for Excel 2000, 2002, and 2003. He'll helpyou tame automatic toolbars, create charts you thought wereimpossible, find what you need in Excel's help system, and dealwith function arguments.
You'll learn to streamline routine procedures and create complexsolutions. Build dynamic charts. Transform data with or withoutformulas. Troubleshoot common setup problems. Create customadd-ins, hide field buttons in a PivotChart, and control automaticfunctions. Record and run macros with workbooks. And more.
Mr. Spreadsheet knows how to make Excel work for you.
- Tip # 39 Creating a drop-down list in a cell
- Tip # 59 Setting up alternate row shading
- Tip # 96 Displaying a calendar in a range
- Tip # 118 Creating a picture chart
- Tip # 153 Reducing the size of a workbook
About the Author
is a leading authority on spreadsheet software, and principal of J-Walk and Associates Inc., an Arizona–based consulting firm that specializes in spreadsheet application development. John is the author of about 40 spreadsheet books, and has written more than 300 articles and reviews for a variety of publications, including PC World
, PC Magazine
, and PC/Computing
. He also maintains a popular Internet Web site (The Spreadsheet Page
, www.j-walk.com/ss), and is the developer of the Power Utility Pak, an award-winning add-in for Microsoft Excel. John graduated from the University of Missouri, and earned a Masters and PhD from the University of Montana.