Q1. What's new in Excel 2007?

A) Office Excel 2007 has the new Office 2007 user interface, includes rich data visualization, and PivotTable views, and makes it easier to create and use professionallooking charts. Q2. What are the new Excel 2007 file formats? A) Office 2007 introduces new file formats based on XML, called Microsoft Office Open XML Formats. The new formats are used in Microsoft Office Word 2007, Excel 2007, and PowerPoint 2007. The new file name extensions add an "x" or an "m" to the file name extensions that you are already familiar with from previous version of office, for example, .xlsx and .xlsm. The "x" signifies an XML file that has no macros, and the "m" signifies an XML file that does contain macros. Q3. Will I be able to open files created in previous versions of Excel? A). When you open a file in Excel 2007 that was created with an earlier version of Excel, the file will open in Compatibility Mode, and you will see Compatibility Mode in the title bar of the window. You can continue to work on the file in Compatibility Mode - new features in Excel may not be available while you are working with a document to ensure that it remains compatible with previous versions of Office. Alternatively, you can convert your document to Excel 2007 file format. This will allow access to the new and enhanced features in Excel 2007. However, people who are using previous versions of Excel may have difficulty editing certain portions of the document that were created by using any of the new features. To convert a document to the new Office format, choose Office Button | Convert | click OK. Q4. Is there a way to create shortcuts to these Excel functions? A) Yes. Just to the right of the OFFICE button is the QUICK ACCESS TOOLBAR. You can customize this toolbar to display the shortcuts that you most frequently use from the list provided. If you click on the small down arrow on the edge of the toolbar, a list of the most common shortcuts are displayed. You can choose shortcuts from this list or if you want a more in-depth selection, click on the MORE COMMANDS option. You can then add more shortcuts from the window that pops up. Q5. What is the Ribbon?

How do I wrap the text within a cell? A) Select the cells that you want to format. click on the SPELLING button within the PROOFING command group. click FORMAT from the CELLS group. The Spelling dialogue box will be displayed when a misspelled word is encountered. How do I run a Spelling and Grammar check on my spreadsheet? A) Click on the REVIEW tab. From the HOME tab. Q6. click WRAP TEXT from the ALIGNMENT group Q10. paragraph alignment. Then. ignore it. . Then. The HOME tab is where the most common Excel formatting takes place. You can manually correct the word. How do I delete a worksheet? A) Right-click on the sheet you want to delete. How do I add a new worksheet? A) Click the INSERT WORKSHEET tab next to the sheet tabs at the bottom of the screen to add a new worksheet Q11. The Ribbon has several tabs and each tab has its own groups of commands. How do I hide or show the Ribbon? A) Hold down the CTRL key and press the F1 key to toggle the display of the Ribbon. select the column or columns that you want to change. How do I resize a column? A) To change the width of one column. To change column(s) to adjust the width automatically based on the contents. or add the word to the custom dictionary. such as changing fonts. and line spacing. Q8. select DELETE from the contextual menu that appears. Q7.A) The Ribbon runs along the top of the application window and is the replacement for the menus and toolbars that were commonplace in previous versions of Microsoft Excel. From the HOME tab. Click AUTOFIT COLUMN WIDTH under CELL SIZE Q9. replace it from the list of suggested words. drag the boundary on the right side of the column heading until the column is the width that you want.

54. when I enter 154 it shows up as 1. select Tools. Type a new name for the worksheet and press ENTER. You can definitely input the data manually but it will take more time and may not be as accurate due to keypunch errors. What's wrong? A) Somehow Excel's fixed-decimal mode was turned on. When I enter a value. For example.With VLOOKUP. Of course. Imagine a table with over 3. the computer will filter out the needed information for you—regardless of the volume or organization of the data! . (You can rename a worksheet once it is closed. To return to normal. you'll want to keep the fixed-decimal mode turned off. Then click the Edit tab and remove the check mark from the "Fixed decimal" option. but most of the time. Your table of data is: Object 100 200 300 400 500 Expense $1000 $1050 $2000 $2250 $3000 The VLOOKUP formula would automatically look through the list of your Objects and pick out the corresponding data. How does this help me? I can manually input it. How do I rename a worksheet? A) Double-click on the sheet tab for the worksheet you want to rename. For example: Lets say you want to find the Expenses for PIN 100 and 300. For the above example. What is Vlook Up? A) It is an Excel Function that is used within tables to help filter through large volumes of data and select the appropriate data based on given conditions. the formula will provide expenses $1000 (for PIN 100) and $2000 (for PIN 300).000 rows of data—and they’re not in any logical order.Q12. Options to display the Options dialog box. this feature can be useful when entering some types of data.) Q13. it appears with two decimal places. Q14.

4. Place your protractor on the circle. 4) Range_lookup – Put in FALSE to find only exact matches (recommended) In the example above. Use a mathematical compass to draw a circle. The corresponding Salaries. Pie charts are an easy way to visualize percentages. 1) Lookup_value – The value you want to look up. statistics. Place your protractor on the circle so that the 90 degrees are directly above the center of the circle. is proportional to the quantity it represents. 2) Table_array – The table of data you want to look up 3) Col_index_num – If you find a match. In a pie chart. ) 8. Three are mandatory (bold in screen shot below) and one is optional. ( Hint: make a dot with the compass to find the center. They are useful for analyzing polls. Training Costs and Shifts are in subsequent columns. we have a table with 18 PIN codes. Draw the sections by using the angles you got in step five. 6. First gather your data/info. Find the angle. 010. 5. Draw each section. Multiply the decimal by 360 (degrees in a circle). What is pie chart and how to prepare it? A) A pie chart (or a circle graph) is a circular chart divided into sectors. Convert your fractions to a decimal. If you don't have a compass. Add it all together. try tracing something round such as a lid or a CD.156 and 362. 217. Divide your numerator by your denominator. .There are 4 components in the VLOOKUP formula. Organize your information. Lets assume that we only want the Salary information for PIN Codes 003. Then find the numerator. and managing money and data Steps 1. Draw the radius. illustrating proportion. 2. Find the numerators by taking each part of the data. 7. 9. Each time you add a section the radius changes to the line you just drew. Q15. 615. which column of data you want to pull. Start in the exact center of the circle and draw a radius to the outside of it. 3. these are your numerators. Add all of the numbers up to get a denominator. 452. the arc length of each sector (and consequently its central angle and area).

it would be very time-consuming for her to look through pages and pages of figures to find the information. a store owner might list monthly sales totals for a large number of merchandise items in an Excel spreadsheet.Q16. A pivot table doesn't actually change the spreadsheet or database itself. If the owner wanted to know which items sold better in a particular financial quarter. What is pivot table? A) A pivot table is a program tool that allows you to reorganize and summarize selected columns and rows of data in a spreadsheet or database table to obtain a desired report. In database lingo. For example. A pivot table would allow the owner to quickly reorganize the data and create a summary for each item for the quarter in question. to pivot is to turn the data (see slice and dice) to view it from different perspectives. A pivot table is especially useful with large amounts of data. .

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