Advanced Excel Essentials is the only book for experienced Excel developers who want to channel their skills into building spreadsheet applications and dashboards. This book starts from the assumption that you are well-versed in Excel and builds on your skills to take them to an advanced level. It provides the building blocks of advanced development and then takes you through the development of your own advanced spreadsheet application. For the seasoned analyst, accountant, financial professional, management consultant, or engineerathis is the book youave been waiting for! Author Jordan Goldmeier builds on a foundation of industry best practices, bringing his own forward-thinking approach to Excel and rich real-world experience, to distill a unique blend of advanced essentials. Among other topics, he covers advanced formula concepts like array formulas and Boolean logic and provides insight into better code and formulas development. He supports that insight by showing you how to build correctly with hands-on examples. What youall learn How to build better, faster, and leaner spreadsheets that will make you a force to be reckoned with in your organization How to write optimized code and formulas that are easily understood even by less experienced users How to turn a spreadsheet into a powerhouse application that rivals commercial software About the tools and techniques for optimal layout, data storage, and advanced analytics Who this book is for Intermediate or advanced excel users who wish to learn how to be more productive and develop more powerful applications Table of Contents 1. Introduction 2. Visual Basic for Applications for Excel, a Refresher 3. Introducing Formula Concepts 4. Advanced Formula Concepts 5. Introduction to Controls 6. Getting Input from Users 7. Storage Patterns for User Input 8. Building for Sensitivity Analysis 9. Perfecting the PresentationValue = 1 End Sub The code works like this: you have 20 entries you can display on the visual layer (thata#39;s just the number Ia#39;ve picked, but it ... You could develop the capability to automatically sort the list box every time a user activates the menu screen, but why bother? ... The numbers to the right of the cell are the Ida#39;s. For instance, if youa#39;re sorting by the total, the number in Sort Column Id is 6, consistentanbsp;...
|Title||:||Advanced Excel Essentials|
|Publisher||:||Apress - 2014-11-05|