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MICROSOFT

OFFICE
EXCEL
MICROSOFT OFFICE EXCEL
- is an electronic
spreadsheet with which one
can create a worksheet like
paper ledgers with text, and
formulas.
- lined up in columns and
rows for automatic
calculations.
-- It is a powerful
spreadsheets which
consists of 65,536 rows
and 256 columns that runs
under Microsoft Windows
Environment.
Each Excel file is a
workbook that can hold
many worksheets. With
Microsoft Excel, it is easy
to enter and then change,
delete or add information
into a worksheet.
What is a worksheet?
Worksheet
- Consists of columns and
rows.
Columns run vertically
and are identified by
letters, called column
headers, which runs
across the top of the
worksheet.
The intersection of a
column and a row is
called a cell.
The combination or
intersection of the
column letter and row
number is called Cell
Reference or the Cell
Adress.
Rows run horizontally
and are identified by
numbers, called row
headers, which run from
the left to the right side
of the worksheet.
USES OF
MICROSOFT
OFFICE EXCEL
Preparation of financial
reports.
Sales and cost analysis.
Stock and inventory
control.
Effective sales
forecasting.
For budgeting decision.
THE OFFICE EXCEL
MOUSE SHAPES
MOUSE POINTER
An arrow appears when
the mouse is positioned in
a menu bar, scroll bar, or
other areas where in
options can be selected.
I-BEAM
Appears when
positioned in the formula
bar. Used for changing the
cursor location and
selecting text.
CELL POINTER
A cross shaped marker
that appears over cells in
the worksheet area which
is used to select cells.
CROSS BAR
Appears when positioned
in between row or column
headings to change the
row height or column
width.
DOUBLE SIDED ARROW
Appears when positioned on
a windows border to resize
the window.
SPLIT SCREEN ARROW
Appears when positioned
over the split bar directly
above the vertical scroll
arrow to split the
worksheet area into
divided selection.
MAGNIFYING GLASS
Appears in Print View
Mode to zoom in for closer
view of a section of the
document6 you want to
print.
HELP FINGER
Appears when positioned
over a Help topic to move
directly to the selected
topic.
AUTO FILL
Appears when positioned on
the lower right corner of cell or
selected range. ( Cell Drag and
Drop option must be turned on.)
Used to fill adjacent cell with
content of the active cell.
HOURGLASS
Appears whenever EXCEL is
executing a command signals
that you must wait until the
hourglass disappears to
continue the next section.