Excel Formulas and Functions 5th Edition by Ken Bluttman

 Excel Formulas and Functions 5th Edition by Ken Bluttman

Excel Formulas and Functions 5th Edition by Ken BluttmanExcel Formulas and Functions 5th Edition by Ken Bluttman

Excel worksheets are used in many
 walks of life: business, education, home
finances, and even hobbies (such as keeping track of your baseball-card
collection). In my house, we use Excel for a lot, from our taxes (boring!) to
our ever-growinmiog recipe collection (yummy!). Often, I use Excel in place of a cal-
culator. After all, Excel is like a calculator on steroids!
In the workplace, Excel is one of the most commonly used analysis and reporting
tools. Financial statements, sales reports, inventory, project scheduling, customer
activity  — so much of this stuff is kept in Excel. The program’s capability to
manipulate and give feedback about the data makes it attractive. Excel’s flexibility
in storing and presenting data is like magic.
About This Book
This book is about the number-crunching side of Excel. Formulas are the keystone
to analyzing data — that is, digging out nuggets of important information. What
is the average sale? How many times did we do better than average? How many
days are left on the project? How much progress have we made? That sort of thing.
Formulas calculate answers, straight and to the point. But that’s not all. Excel has
dozens of built-in functions that calculate everything from a simple average to a
useful analysis of your investments to complex inferential statistics. But you don’t
have to know it all or use it all; just use the parts that are relevant to your work.
This book discusses more than 150 of these functions. But rather than just show
their syntax and list them alphabetically, I assemble them by category and provide
real-world examples of how to use them alone, and in formulas, along with
step-by-step instructions and illustrations of the results.

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