Excel Cookbook

Filled with tips, tricks, and techniques, this easy-to-use book is the perfect resource for intermediate to advanced users of Excel. You’ll find complete recipes for more than a dozen topics covering formulas, PivotTables, charts, Power Query, and more. Each recipe poses a particular problem and outlines a solution that you can put to use right away—without having to comb through tutorial pages.

Whether you’re a data analyst, project manager, or financial analyst, author Dawn Griffiths directs you straight to the answers you need. Ideal as a quick reference, Excel Cookbook is also perfect for learning how to work in a more efficient way, leading to greater productivity on the job. With this book, you’ll jump in and get answers to your questions—fast.

This cookbook shows you how to:

  • Build compelling charts and use Sparklines, 3D Maps, and other visualizations
  • Use PivotTables to slice, dice, and summarize datasets
  • Perform statistical and financial analyses using formulas, Forecast Sheets, the Analysis ToolPak, and more
  • Master dynamic array functions such as SEQUENCE, TEXTSPLIT, and FILTER
  • Use Power Query to import, shape, and combine datasets
  • Create custom functions using LAMBDA formulas
  • Use developer options to write VBA code and create custom UserForms

More about the author

Dawn Griffiths, Dawn Griffiths has over 20 years experience working in the IT industry, working as a senior developer and senior software architect. She has written various books in the Head First series, including Head First Android Development (1e and 2e) and Head First Kotlin, and developed The Agile Sketchpad animated video series with David.

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