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One thing that I've discovered over the years is that—sooner or later—most Excel users are interested in learning about macros. I've also found that the single best source for learning about them is ExcelTips: The Macros, a resource available only from ExcelTips.
If you are new to macros, the prospect of creating your own can be scary. Those who make the leap, however, find that they become much more confident and productive once they learn how to make Excel do exactly what they want done.
At almost 1,000 pages, ExcelTips: The Macros—now in its seventh edition—is an invaluable source for learning how to finally conquer Excel macros. You are introduced to the topic in bite-sized chunks, pulled from past issues of ExcelTips. You can learn at your own pace, exactly the way you want. There are even lots of "hands-on" examples you can use right away to accomplish a multitude of tasks.
Normally I sell a download of ExcelTips: The Macros for $34.99. Hundreds of people have agreed that it is a good deal at this low price. Here's the special offer I have for you, however: If you decide, as a new subscriber, to order ExcelTips: The Macros, you can get it for only $26.24 as a download. If you prefer, you can have the e-book sent to you on a CD-ROM for a few bucks more. (The download is a PDF file; the CD-ROM contains the e-book in both PDF and Microsoft Word formats.) Either way, that's a full 25% off the regular price, for which you get almost 1,000 pages of focused, helpful information on working with macros.
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Look—I know that you don't know me from Adam. (Who is this Allen Wyatt guy, really?) I know that it was probably a leap of faith on your part to even sign up for my ExcelTips newsletter. So it may be out of the question for you to trust me enough to invest in ExcelTips: The Macros. However, if you decide to take advantage of this offer, I guarantee that you'll be happy with your decision. If, for any reason, you decide you aren't happy with ExcelTips: The Macros, just let me know within two weeks of your purchase and I will refund your money; you've got nothing to lose. (You can always contact me at allen -at- sharonparq.com.)
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