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    Excel reference book (Excel 2003)

    What is a good reference book for Excel?

    I have little experience with Excel.

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    Re: Excel reference book (Excel 2003)

    I like John Walkenbach's books. See here for his Excel 2003 books. The 'Excel 2003 Bible' would probably be the best one if you want a general Excel book, and 'Excel 2003 Power Programming With VBA' if you want to learn Excel VBA.

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    Re: Excel reference book (Excel 2003)

    I've used Excel for years, but have only in the last year got deeper into the VBA programming side of things. I'm a big fan of 'Excel VBA programming for DUMMIES' also written by John Walkenbach. I find it really easy to navigate, it's laid out really well and if you are a dummy like me, it's written in a way that in understandable for complete novices. It remains a desktop reference that I refer to a lot.

    Three cheers for John!!

    I probably should move on to the power programming book, but I found Hans instead!! <img src=/S/grin.gif border=0 alt=grin width=15 height=15> and of course the rest of the loungers that offer excellent help.

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