Excel University Volume 2 Table of Contents

We are getting close to the release of Excel University Volume 2!  I’m absolutely excited about this volume.  We cover the mechanics for setting up hands-free reports.

The manuscript is with the publisher now, going through a round of copy-editing.  I expect it to be released in July or August on Amazon.  I want to share the table of contents now, just to provide a little sneak peak:

Opening Information

  • Chapter 1: Overview
  • Chapter 2: Selected Shortcuts

Conditional Summing

  • Chapter 3: Conditional Summing Basics with SUMIFS
  • Chapter 4: Remove Duplicates


  • Chapter 5: Lookup Basics
  • Chapter 6: Improving VLOOKUP with MATCH
  • Chapter 7: Improving VLOOKUP with VALUE and TEXT
  • Chapter 8: Moving Beyond VLOOKUP with INDEX
  • Chapter 9: Trap Errors with IFERROR
  • Chapter 10: The IF Function
  • Chapter 11: List Comparisons
  • Chapter 12: The ISERROR Function
  • Chapter 13: Multicolumn List Comparisons with COUNTIFS
  • Chapter 14: Indentation
  • Chapter 15: Perform Lookups with SUMIFS

Date and Text Function Basics

  • Chapter 16: Determine the Last Day of the Month with EOMONTH
  • Chapter 17: Date Parts – MONTH and YEAR
  • Chapter 18: Build Your Own Date with DATE
  • Chapter 19: Concatenation Basics

Hands-Free Reporting

  • Chapter 20: Improve SUMIFS with CONCATENATE
  • Chapter 21: Dynamic Headers
  • Chapter 22: Horizontal Reports
  • Chapter 23: Mapping Tables
  • Chapter 24: Data Validation and Reporting
  • Chapter 25: Improving Error Check with Boolean Values and the Logical AND Function
  • Chapter 26: Concepts Applied

I will keep you posted as we get closer to the launch date!

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  1. Paul on January 24, 2015 at 7:36 pm

    Is the university excel volume 2 out on the market

    • jefflenning on January 24, 2015 at 8:07 pm

      Yep! It is available on amazon, and, v3 is available as well 🙂

    • jefflenning on January 24, 2015 at 8:12 pm

      The related online courses are available as well, store.excel-university.com

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