Excel Bible for Beginners

The Essential Step by Step Guide to Learn Excel for Beginners

Non-Fiction - Business/Finance
195 Pages
Reviewed on 05/23/2020
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Reviewed by K.C. Finn for Readers' Favorite

Excel Bible for Beginners: The Essential Step by Step Guide to Learn Excel for Beginners is a short work of non-fiction in the business, technology, and guidebook sub-genres, and was penned by author Harjit Suman. As the title suggests, the work intends to provide a completely comprehensive guide on the Microsoft Excel program, both for business users and those with a casual interest in improving their skills. Split into many well-explained sub chapters, the book teaches a variety of skills, from cosmetic elements such as layout and font choice, through to the more complex elements such as text to speech, creating formulas, and getting charts and sheets ready for printing.

Author Harjit Suman has crafted a truly comprehensive guidebook which is also concise and clear in its explanations, making it a handy guide that you could take with you and utilize anywhere. Technology and computer program awareness is becoming an ever-increasing essential skill on anyone’s CV, so this kind of personal learning experience is sure to help readers gain that skill boost for future job success. I liked the organization of the work very much, and the chapter structure takes you through different elements clearly, building on your knowledge from previous parts. It’s also a really good layout for quick reference so that when you’re actually working on a sheet you can get back to chapters and refer easily to see what’s next. Overall, Excel Bible for Beginners delivers exactly what it promises from its title: an essential purchase for anyone who needs it.