I use excel a lot in projects and I am always looking to learn more about the program to better automate my repetitive calculations. I came across a book called "Excel for Scientists and Engineers", based on the description, it sounds like this book outlines easy ways to use excel for common tasks applicable to engineering and the sciences. I cannot find any reviews for this book and it is moderately expensive, so I wanted to know if anyone on here has used this book and what they thought, or if there is a similar book that some of you were happy with.
Thank you for your time,
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