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Dummies 101: Excel 97 for Windows (with CD-ROM)
     

Dummies 101: Excel 97 for Windows (with CD-ROM)

by Greg Harvey, Dummies Technical Press Staff
 
You don't have to spend weeks taking an expensive class to learn how to use Excel 97 for Windows. Dummies 101: Excel 97 For Windows takes you step by step though all the essentials of using this popular and powerful spreadsheet program in the office, at home, or in class. Self-paced and punctuated with fun quizzes and summaries to help reinforce what

Overview

You don't have to spend weeks taking an expensive class to learn how to use Excel 97 for Windows. Dummies 101: Excel 97 For Windows takes you step by step though all the essentials of using this popular and powerful spreadsheet program in the office, at home, or in class. Self-paced and punctuated with fun quizzes and summaries to help reinforce what you've learned, Dummies 101: Excel 97 For Windows reveals how to . . .

  • Create your own Excel spreadsheet and use or adapt spreadsheets created by others
  • Transform worksheets and workbooks of dull data into informative, colorful charts that bring home your point
  • Build and manage databases right in Excel
  • Even generate Web pages from your Excel spreadsheet for publication on the Internet or your organization's intranet

Plus, Dummies 101: Excel 97 For Windows comes complete with a companion CD. On it, you'll not only find sample files to use with the book's exercises but also find Microsoft's Internet Explorer Web browsing software and AT&T WorldNetSM Service for instant dial-up access to the Internet.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780764500961
Publisher:
Wiley, John & Sons, Incorporated
Publication date:
02/11/1997
Series:
Dummies 101 Series
Pages:
272
Product dimensions:
8.49(w) x 9.98(h) x 0.84(d)

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