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A friendly, visual approach to learning the basics of Excel2013

As the world's leading spreadsheet program, Excel is aspreadsheet and data analysis tool that is part of the MicrosoftOffice suite. The new Excel 2013 includes new features andfunctionalities that require users of older versions to re-learnthe application. However, whether you're switching from an earlierversion or learning Excel for the first time, this easy-to-followvisual guide gets you going with Excel 2013 quickly and easily.Numbered steps as well as full-color screen shots, conciseinformation, and helpful tips, all contribute to a clear,comfortable learning experience.

Covers Excel basics, workbook fundamentals, formattingworksheets and enhancing them with graphics, analyzing data,communicating results with charts and PivotTables, and muchmore Walks you through using Flash Fill, representing your data in avariety of ways, and maximizing a more interactive interface Demonstrates how to share workbooks, collaborate with others,and embed portions of your spreadsheets on social networkpages

Excel 2013 Simplified is a quick and easy way to get upto speed on Excel 2013 for both novice users and those upgradingfrom an earlier version.

Published: Wiley on
ISBN: 9781118517260
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