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    Function book (XL2000)

    I am sure that some of you long time users of MS Office remember when it used to also include books. I am specifically looking for a book that lists all of the functions in Excel and maybe some examples on how to use them like MS used to include with the software. I still have the function book from Excel v 5 (Office 4.3) but would like to find an updated one. I don't need a teaching / learning type book... more like a reference type. Thanks

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    Re: Function book (XL2000)

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    Re: Function book (XL2000)

    I recommend any of the books by John Walkenbach, in your case the Excel 2000 Formula book is well worth considering.

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    Re: Function book (XL2000)

    As tony55 suggested, John Walkenbach puts out some great Excel books and has for a long time. Another reference that I use is Microsoft Excel 2000 Functions in Practice by Patrick Blattner, QUE books, ISBN 0789720450.

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    Re: Function book (XL2000)

    I echo the vote for John Walkenbach's formulas book, but I also have MBA's Guide to Microsoft Excel 2000. It's not that great: usually just echos the help files, but if you are into finances and statistics, it might be useful. Look at it before you buy it.
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