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This book is for anyone interested in learning Microsoft Excel 365 fast. Readers will find the book chock-full of illustrations, directional arrows, and screenshots. Easy to follow step-by-step instructions guide readers through important Excel functions. Included in the text are skill-builders to reinforce chapter lessons, a glossary, large screenshots and directional arrows. Additionally, this edition includes coverage of popular advanced concepts such as Pivot Tables, Sparklines and Conditional Formatting.


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In practically no time at all, you will be able to use with confidence Microsoft’s Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, and OneNote applications. You can become more productive at home, at work or at school. Easy to read step-by-step instructions builds confidence and proficiency in Microsoft’s Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote, and Outlook applications. Easy to read step-by-step instructions builds confidence and proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote, and Outlook. More than 100 Illustrations, directional arrows and illustrations  make following along effortless. Office In A Minute is the only book that provides chapter timings so you will know ahead of time how long it takes to perform the basic tasks included in each chapter.


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Managers who fail to effectively inspire change, develop, train, and motivate their employees contribute to lower productivity and morale. One of the single highest contributors to employee turnover is ineffective management. Whether you are a new or experienced manager, you can learn to drive creativity, productivity and organizational success by adopting strategies that place a high degree of value on the unique talents and strengths possessed by every member of your staff. Author, Diane L. Martin explores the pitfalls of failing to identify and exploit human potential. She prescribes specific techniques for managing an organization’s single most important and expensive asset. She has more than ten years of managerial experience, and she is a certified Senior Professional in Human Resources