By William Thomas Posted on May 6, 2014April 8, 2022 Idiot’s Guides: Microsoft Excel 2013 Square Bright yellow flags help point out key item locations such as checkboxes and buttons. Large screenshots are cropped to help focus on changes being made. Excel never looks like this, but I brought back the page turn effect to help illustrate the concept of worksheets and workbooks. Lots of computer software books have tiny screenshots. Why? Excel can look like an airplane cockpit to a novice user, so large screenshots help make everything clear. Huge screenshots, and a flexible design help take the sting out of learning Excel. I served as graphic designer. For more information, check out the book’s product page on Amazon.