Don’t Fear The Spreadsheet – “Printer’s Tour”: Podcast #1580
Well, today we’ve decided to do something a little bit different. Pre-empting our ‘Named Range’ series by a day, [and moving today's Podcast up in the schedule] we wanted to take a break from all of the Excel-ling to, instead, take a look at a modern book printing facility! Hess Print Solutions, of Brimfield, Ohio was kind enough to allow Bill “MrExcel” Jelen into their facility to record a walking tour full of interesting information and cool, ‘adult-sized’ toys and gadgets! Enjoy Episode #1580 as you learn how our latest MrExcel Bookshelf Edition, “Don’t Fear The Spreadsheet” by Tyler Nash, Kevin Jones, Tom Urtis and Bill Jelen, made it to the bookshelf!
Many ‘Beginner Oriented’ Excel How-To books say they can bring you from zero to familiar with the important features of Microsoft Excel – ‘Don’t Fear The Spreadsheet’ actually will. Why are we so confident? Because the questions in this book were asked by an absolute Excel Beginner – Tyler Nash – with the answers provided by three (3) Microsoft MVPs specializing in and dedicated to teaching others Microsoft Excel, from the ground up – Kevin Jones, Tom Urtis and Bill Jelen
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