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I had a lot of fun putting together my recent list of Top Excel Help Resources on the web. It started out as a Top 10 list… but then I started getting a lot of comments about other great sites all over the web, and the list ballooned. Its a great resource, you can find it out here – Excel Help Resources and Tutorials. Also check out my Excel Training Course & Tutorials section, which has garnered a lot of traction recently.
Anyways, as I was putting it together – I couldn’t help but notice that most of the top websites were owned by the biggest Excel authors walking the planet. John Walkenbach, Bill Jelen (Mr. Excel), Debra Dalgleish, etc. There is a lot of great content out there for Excel users. So here is my starter list of the best Excel Books (UPDATE: The list has grown to over 100 and is still growing – the largest on the internet that I am aware of 🙂 ). I am further segmenting the list to make it more digestible – everyday. I encourage you to leave your comments below if you think I missed a book that you have found valuable. Unless you are some troll trying to sell life insurance to my readers — I WILL approve your comments. And if the book is good — it will be added.
Also, I am not a good judge of books that are not in English. So if you have non-English Excel/VBA Books that have been useful to you, let me know in the comments section and I will add them and let our international readers decide if the book should stay on the list.
Lastly, as a point of full-disclosure. Many of these links go to Amazon. As I am writing this, they don’t go to any affiliate links. But they may eventually be affiliate links that buy me a bagel or some coffee if you buy a book. I don’t think that’s a big deal, but as a fellow Excel user I wanted you to know in advance — because I value honesty and transparency. You know — because my name is all over this website :). Also, this is for users of Excel. Excel… Not Word, or Powerpoint. Separated by function and version. So dive in.
So… Where are the GAPS???
Because, I know some of you that may be reading this right now are authors… and you’re thinking…
Well… Then leave a comment and let me know about it. I am honestly adding to this page daily.
If you are reading this then you made it all the way to the bottom of the page — whew — that was a workout. Might as well leave a comment and hit one of those social sharing buttons so that your Mom on Facebook knows how cool you are (visiting an Excel website and all :))
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