Excel 2019 All-in-One For Dummies brings together plain and simple information on using all aspects of the latest-and-greatest version of Microsoft Excel. It’s designed to be of help no matter how much or how little experience you have with the program. As the preeminent spreadsheet and data analysis software for all sorts of computing devices running Windows 10 (desktops, laptops, tablet PCs and even smartphones), Excel 2019 offers its users seemingly unlimited capabilities too often masked in technical jargon and obscured by explanations only a software engineer could love. On top of that, many of the publications that purport to give you the lowdown on using Excel are quite clear on how to use particular features without giving you a clue as to why you would want to go to all the trouble.
Warning: Excel 2019 marks the first version of Microsoft Excel that runs exclusively under a home or business version of Windows 10. If your computer runs an earlier version of Windows, such as Windows 7 or 8, you must content yourself with using Excel 2016, which is part of an Office 365 subscription has all the power of Excel 2019 but in a slightly different format. If such is the case, you need to put this book down now and instead pick up the Excel 2016 All-In-One For Dummies by Greg Harvey.
The truth is that understanding how to use the abundance of features offered by Excel 2019 is only half the battle, at best. The other half of the battle is to understand how these features ...