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Chapter 6. Using Excel Functions

by Bruce Hallberg

  • Learning how functions work

    Excel has many built-in functions, each designed to perform specific types of calculations. You'll learn about function syntax, function arguments, and result types and how to create nested functions as arguments.

  • Using the Paste function and Formula Palette

    Building functions from scratch requires that you remember all the required and optional arguments and the syntax for each function. Excel automates function building to reduce time and errors.

  • An overview of the most commonly used Excel functions

    This chapter discusses some of the more commonly used Excel functions in some detail. For a comprehensive list of Excel functions, see Appendix B.


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