New Book: Excel for Really Tall People

March 23, 2011 at 1:47 pm Leave a comment

I am enjoying sunny Florida this week. I had to laugh at this photo snapped by Jim S back home in Akron. Jim was shopping at the Barnes & Noble in Fairlawn when he spotted a couple copies of my books.

Jim tapped out a short note from his cell phone camera, “MrExcel books at Barnes & Noble Fairlawn. The good news is they have them. Just a little hard to get to some of them..”

MrExcel books shelved 10 feet in the air

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  • Excel secrets reserved for Yao Ming
  • QUE must have arranged the ultimate promo; buying the whole shelf
  • Now shelving books at B&N: Mike Alexander!

This is pretty hilarious! That is at least 10 feet up. I can tell from the profile that it is the combo pack of Excel 2010 In Depth and LiveLessons Excel 2010. This is usually a Barnes & Noble exclusive (ask for ISBN 978-07897-4316-9). They typically price it at a nice combo price. But, if you visit your local B&N, take along a ladder.


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