What is your favorite Excel book? [open thread]
Today lets talk about Excel books. The question is simple.
What is your favorite Excel book? Please share your answers using comments.
I will go first.
My favorite Excel books
Since I use a variety of Excel features, I have not one but 5 favorite books.
This is my go to book for all things VBA. I have it on my desk most of the time and just flip thru it to grasp a new concept or solidify something I already know.
This is my go to book for Power Pivot. I must have read it a dozen times already and just love Rob’s prose & explanation style.
More on design level. I rely on this book to come up with amazing dashboard designs you see here.
And of course, I got to love my own The VLOOKUP book. It is a comprehensive book on Excel lookup formulas.
What about you?
Go ahead and tell us what is your favorite Excel book? Share using comments please. Click here to post your comment.
More recommended Excel books:
If you are looking to get an Excel book (always a good idea), apart from those mentioned above, I also recommend these books.
Note about book links: All the book links mentioned in this post are affiliate links. That means if you purchase the book after clicking link on my page, I will get a few cents commission from Amazon. I recommend these books because I read them several times, I really love them, and I would have recommended them even if there is no affiliate commission.
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