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Business Analysis: Microsoft Excel 2010 by Conrad Carlberg
Charts and Graphs: Microsoft Excel 2010 by Bill Jelen
Excel 2013 Charts and Graphs (MrExcel Library) by Bill Jelen
Excel 2013 Formulas and Functions (MrExcel Library) by Paul McFedries
Excel 2013 Pivot Table Data Crunching (MrExcel Library) by Bill Jelen
Excel 2013 VBA and Macros (MrExcel Library) by Bill Jelen
Formulas and Functions: Microsoft Excel 2010 (MrExcel Library) by Paul McFedries
Pivot Table Data Crunching: Microsoft Excel 2010 by Bill Jelen
PowerPivot for the Data Analyst: Microsoft Excel 2010 by Bill Jelen
VBA and Macros: Microsoft Excel 2010 by Bill Jelen

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  1. Teach Yourself Visually Microsoft Office Excel 2007 by Nancy C. Muir (2007)
  2. Excel VBA Macro Programming by Richard Shepherd (2004)
  3. Excel Dashboards and Reports by Michael Alexander (2010)
  4. Excel VBA Programming For Dummies by John Walkenbach (2004)
  5. Microsoft Excel 2010: Data Analysis and Business Modeling by Wayne L. Winston Ph.D. (2011)
  6. Microsoft PowerPivot for Excel 2010: Give Your Data Meaning by Marco Russo (2011)
  7. Predictive Analytics: Microsoft Excel by Conrad Carlberg (2013)
  8. Statistical Analysis: Microsoft Excel 2010 by Conrad Carlberg (2010)
  9. Microsoft Excel 2000 Bible by John Walkenbach (1999)
  10. Analyzing Business Data with Excel by Gerald Knight (2006)
  11. The Excel Analyst's Guide to Access by Michael Alexander (2010)
  12. Excel 2000 in a Nutshell by Jinjer Simon (2000)
  13. Microsoft Office Excel 2007 Visual Basic for Applications Step by Step by Reed Jacobson (2007)
  14. Excel Gurus Gone Wild: Do the IMPOSSIBLE with Microsoft Excel by Bill Jelen (2009)
  15. Excel VBA 24-Hour Trainer by Tom Urtis (2011)

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