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Excel 2007 Dashboards and Reports For Dummies

By Michael Alexander

What's the use of putting out reports that no one reads? Properly created dashboards are graphical representations that put data in a context for your audience, and they look really cool! How cool? You’ll find out when you see the dazzling examples in Excel 2007 Dashboards and Reports For Dummies. And, before long, everyone’s eyes will be riveted to your dashboards and reports too! Find out how to use basic analysis techniques, build advanced dashboard components, implement advanced reporting techniques, and import external date into your Excel reports.
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