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Create Dynamic Charts in Microsoft® Office Excel® 2007 and Beyond by Reinhold Scheck

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Once you’re able to exploit the versatile and dynamic options that Excel has to offer as a presentation program (without having to do any programming!), you’ll ask yourself why you never did so before. Moreover, you’ll convince and impress your audience with Excel’s fast, responsive range of display options.

Can you really say all you need to say in a single Excel worksheet, when it would take you 10, 20, or even 100 PowerPoint slides to do the same? If you used well-structured data management, a carefully organized workbook, and combine the use of formulas with controls (in other words, if you use the rS1.Method), then the answer is "Yes; no problem." What if your workbook contains five, eight, or ten different worksheets ...

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