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Excel Learner

Excel Learner

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MICROSOFT EXCEL(“THE END OF THE BEGNING”)MICROSOFT EXCEL
 
(“THE END OF THE BEGNING”)TABLE OF CONTENTS
1) Basic Terms and Parts of the Screen...................................................................32) Moving from Cell to Cell.....................................................................................33) Format cells in a spreadsheet.............................................................................44) Naming your Worksheets...................................................................................56) Formulas: Entering and Manipulating Data.........................................................67) Apply cell formatting........................................................................................108) Printing...........................................................................................................109) Window Spilt & Freeze.....................................................................................1110) Auto Correct..................................................................................................1111) Auto Fill.........................................................................................................1212) Data Validation..............................................................................................1313) Sum Function.................................................................................................1314) Sort...............................................................................................................1416) Auto Filter.....................................................................................................1517) Advanced Filter..............................................................................................1618) Text Functions................................................................................................1619) USEFUL FUNCTIONS.......................................................................................1720) WORKSHEET PROTECTION..............................................................................1921) Conditional Formatting...................................................................................2022) Pivot Tables...................................................................................................2123) Vlookup.........................................................................................................2324) HLookup function...........................................................................................2625) Using Charts in Excel......................................................................................2726) Establishing Links Between Worksheets or Workbooks....................................3927) Macros..........................................................................................................41
 
1) Basic Terms and Parts of the Screen
Workbook- term used to describe an entire Excel file.Worksheet
-
(or just Sheet)
:
the individual page within each workbook.Each workbook starts out with 3 sheets.Can add up to 255 sheets.The tab of the active sheet is bold.Range name box-
lists the address of the cell currently selected.Formula bar-
When you enter information into a cell, anything you type appears in the Formula bar. Youcan edit text in this bar or in the cell itself. This is also where you enter mathematical formulas.Each worksheet is made up of columns (vertical sections) and rows (horizontal sections).The point where the rows and columns intersect is a cell (the little squares).Cells are identified with a letter and a number that refer to the column and row where it is located—this isthe cell’s address. For example the cell address A1 refers to the intersection of column A and row 1 and thecell address C6 refers to the intersection of column C and row 6.
Sheet name tabs
are shown along the bottom for each sheet within the workbook. This allows you accessdifferent sheets within a workbook.The
Data Region
is the area of a worksheet that contains data (as opposed to headings, etc.)
2) Moving from Cell to Cell
 
RangeNameRowHeader ColumnHeader Activesheet inworkbook
 
andDataReionSheetNameabsFormula bar 

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