1 Reply Latest reply on Nov 1, 2017 1:40 PM by Tom with Wiley

    What is the best approach to evaluating...

    Carlyle Cordle

      the differences between books... i.e.

      Excel 2016 All-in-One For Dummies vs. Excel 2016 For Dummies

      same kinda goes for the Access offerings and the Office offerings.


      Thanks for your time and considerations..




      After thought... Will there be an

      Access 2016 All-in-One?

        • Re: What is the best approach to evaluating...
          Tom with Wiley

          Hello Carlyle,


          The "All-in-One" titles take a much broader and deeper dive in their subjects, Excel in this case.  It is basically those 8 books in one, where as the Excel 2016 for Dummies title is 2-3 times shorter in length and provides a more succinct version of exactly what you need to know to operate the program successfully.  However, it is also important to note that these books don't have the same content in them, yes the all-in-one will encompass Excel 2016 , but the content is different, and both books could easily be added to the same reference library.


          As far as any an Access 2016 All-in-One for Dummies goes, I do not see anything in the system regarding this. But that doesn't mean it won't happen,  just that there aren't any plans that Technical Support has been made aware of as of yet.


          Thanks for reaching out!




          Tom with Wiley