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Table Of Contents

Introduction
Conventions Used in This Book
PART I:
PART I
Understanding Excel
• The Excel interface
The Excel Interface
Title bar
Command bars
Name box
Program window controls
Select All button
Ask A Question box
Tab bar
➓Status bar
Task Panes
Workbook, Workspace, and Template Files
Tips on Using Templates
The Anatomy of an Excel File
A Workbook
A Worksheet
Sheet Tabs
Formatting
Worksheets
Columns and Rows
Cells
Characters
Styles
Shortcut Menus
How Excel Tries to Help
AutoCorrect
Working with Files
Printing
Find text with a specific format?
Manipulating Workbooks and Worksheets
Manipulating Rows, Columns, andCells
Entering and Editing Data
Entering Data Efficiently
Entering Data with a Data Entry Form
Using AutoCorrect and AutoComplete
Inserting Text and Other Elements
Selecting Text and Data
Cutting, Copying, and Pasting Data
Clearing Cell Contents and Formulas
Formatting Cells
Formatting Cell Contents
Formatting Numbers and Dates
Formatting Cell Borders and Areas
Formatting a Worksheet
Working with Hyperlinks
Working with Headers and Footers
Summarizing Data
Getting a Running Total
Adding Formulas to Cells
Auditing Formulas
Circle invalid data?
Clear validation circles?
Using Named Ranges
Defining Alternative Data Sets
Controlling How Data is Displayed
Sorting Worksheet Data
Create custom data lists?
Filtering Worksheet Data
Using Subtotals to Summarize Data
Creating Custom Views
Protecting All or Part of a Workbook
Spelling and Other Tools
Dictionary Language
Customizing Excel
Setting General Customization Options
Customizing Toolbars and Menus
Collaborating
Comments
Tracking Changes
Working with the Web
Summarizing Data with Charts
Summarizing Data with PivotTables and PivotCharts
Excel Reference
Command Reference
Native Formats
Startup Switches
Wildcards in Filters and Searches
Keyboard Shortcuts
Excel Resources
John Walkenbach’s Spreadsheet Page
Excel Most Valued Professional (MVP) Site
Microsoft Template Gallery
Excel Business Tools
The Spreadsheet Detective
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Excel Pocket Guide

Excel Pocket Guide

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From simple calculations and lists to critical business management systems, Excel is not just the dominant spreadsheet application, it's one of the most widely used software applications in the world. Chances are good that you use Excel. And no matter what your level of expertise, you'll want a copy of the Excel Pocket Guide close by.

Packed with information, the Excel Pocket Guide is a compact reference that covers such basics as creating workbooks, entering data, printing, cell formatting, and spell checking. For more advanced users, the book provides handy information on formulas, pivot tables, collaboration, and customization. This helpful guide is easy to use anywhere -- it's the perfect quick reference for all users who want to complete tasks faster without having to wade through a five hundred-page tutorial.

If you're new to Excel, this book will get you up to speed quickly. If you consider yourself an advanced user, you'll be surprised and pleased with some of the new Excel tricks this book will teach you. The Excel Pocket Guide will help users at all levels of expertise become Excel experts.

From simple calculations and lists to critical business management systems, Excel is not just the dominant spreadsheet application, it's one of the most widely used software applications in the world. Chances are good that you use Excel. And no matter what your level of expertise, you'll want a copy of the Excel Pocket Guide close by.

Packed with information, the Excel Pocket Guide is a compact reference that covers such basics as creating workbooks, entering data, printing, cell formatting, and spell checking. For more advanced users, the book provides handy information on formulas, pivot tables, collaboration, and customization. This helpful guide is easy to use anywhere -- it's the perfect quick reference for all users who want to complete tasks faster without having to wade through a five hundred-page tutorial.

If you're new to Excel, this book will get you up to speed quickly. If you consider yourself an advanced user, you'll be surprised and pleased with some of the new Excel tricks this book will teach you. The Excel Pocket Guide will help users at all levels of expertise become Excel experts.

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