Craig Stinson

Craig Stinson is a contributing editor of PC Magazine. Stinson writes about decision-support, personal productivity, reference, and educational software. He is the author or coauthor of more than fifteen books on Windows and Excel, including The Windows 2000 Expert Companion and Excel Version 2002 Inside Out (both from Microsoft Press).

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