New book: MOS 2016 Study Guide for Microsoft Excel Expert


We’re pleased to announce the availability of MOS 2016 Study Guide for Microsoft Excel Expert (ISBN 9780735699427), by Paul McFedries.

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Hone your advanced Excel 2016 skills. And earn the credential that proves it!

Demonstrate your expertise with Microsoft Excel! Designed to help you practice and prepare for Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS): Excel Expert 2016 certification, this official Study Guide delivers:

  • In-depth preparation for each MOS objective
  • Detailed procedures to help build the skills measured by the exam
  • Hands-on tasks to practice what you’ve learned
  • Ready-made practice files

Sharpen the skills measured by these objectives:

  • Create and Manage Workbooks
  • Apply Custom Formatting and Layouts
  • Create Advanced Formulas
  • Perform Data Analysis
  • Create Advanced Charts and PivotTables

About MOS

A Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) certification validates your proficiency with Microsoft Office programs, demonstrating you can meet globally recognized performance standards. Hands-on experience with the technology is required to successfully pass Microsoft Certification exams.

About the author

PAUL MCFEDRIES is a Microsoft Excel expert and full-time technical writer. Paul has been authoring computer books since 1991 and has more than 90 books to his credit, which combined have sold more than 4 million copies worldwide. His titles include the Que Publishing books Formulas and Functions for Microsoft Excel 2016, My Office 2016, Windows 10 In Depth (with coauthor Brian Knittel), and PCs for Grownups, in addition to the Wiley Publishing books Excel Data Analysis and Excel PivotTables and PivotCharts Visual Blueprint. Paul is also the proprietor of Word Spy (www.wordspy.com), a website devoted to lexpionage, the sleuthing of new words and phrases that have entered the English language. Please drop by Paul’s personal website at www.mcfedries.com or follow Paul on Twitter, at twitter.com/paulmcf and twitter.com/wordspy.

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