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Excel 2010 Just the Steps For Dummies

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Pick your Excel task, find it fast, and get it done with Just the Steps!

If you want to see how to do a particular Excel task, this is the perfect book.  Each page includes step-by-step instruction in one column and illustrations and screenshots in the other column, so you have all the information you need in one place?no flipping pages!

Improve your Excel skills with just the steps for entering spreadsheet data, building formulas, ...

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Overview

Pick your Excel task, find it fast, and get it done with Just the Steps!

If you want to see how to do a particular Excel task, this is the perfect book.  Each page includes step-by-step instruction in one column and illustrations and screenshots in the other column, so you have all the information you need in one place—no flipping pages!

Improve your Excel skills with just the steps for entering spreadsheet data, building formulas, protecting excel data, formatting cells, designing spreadsheets with graphics, managing workbooks, changing worksheet values, sorting and filtering data, creating charts, creating PivotTables, building macros, integrating Excel into other Office programs, and—whew!—still more.

  • Explains essentials tasks for Excel 2010, the spreadsheet application that is part of the Microsoft Office 2010 suite
  • Shows you just the steps for numerous Excel tasks using an easy-to-follow, two-column page layout, with step-by-step instruction on one side and illustrations and screenshots on the other
  • Covers entering spreadsheet data, building formulas, protecting excel data, formatting cells, designing spreadsheets with graphics, managing workbooks, changing worksheet values, sorting and filtering data, creating charts, creating PivotTables, and building macros
  • Walks you step by step through collaborating in Excel and integrating or using Excel with Word, PowerPoint, and Access

Make your tasks easier, improve your Excel skills, and get better results with this step-by-step guide.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780470501641
  • Publisher: Wiley
  • Publication date: 6/1/2010
  • Series: For Dummies Series
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 240
  • Sales rank: 510,533
  • Product dimensions: 9.10 (w) x 7.20 (h) x 0.50 (d)

Meet the Author

Diane Koers owns and operates All Business Service, a software training and consulting business formed in 1988, that services the central Indiana area. Her area of expertise has long been in the word-processing, spreadsheet, and graphics areas of computing. She also provides training and support for Peachtree Accounting Software. Diane's authoring experience includes over 40 books on topics, such as PC security, Microsoft Windows, Microsoft Office, Microsoft Works, WordPerfect, Paint Shop Pro, Lotus SmartSuite, Quicken, Microsoft Money, and Peachtree Accounting. Many of these titles have been translated into other languages, such as French, Dutch, Bulgarian, Spanish, and Greek. She has also developed and written numerous training manuals for her clients.
Diane and her husband enjoy spending their free time fishing, traveling, and playing with their four grandsons and their Yorkshire Terrier.

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Table of Contents

Introduction.

Part I: Putting Excel to Work.

Chapter 1: Working with Excel Files.

Chapter 2: Entering Spreadsheet Data.

Chapter 3: Building Formulas.

Chapter 4: Using Excel Functions.

Chapter 5: Protecting Excel Data.

Part II: Sprucing Up Your Spreadsheets.

Chapter 6: Formatting Cells.

Chapter 7: Applying Additional Formatting Options.

Chapter 8: Designing with Graphics.

Chapter 9: Managing Workbooks.

Part III: Viewing Data in Different Ways.

Chapter 10: Changing Worksheet Views.

Chapter 11: Sorting Data.

Chapter 12: Creating Charts.

Chapter 13: Printing Workbooks.

Chapter 14: Saving Time with Excel Tools.

Part IV: Analyzing Data with Excel.

Chapter 15: Working with Outlines.

Chapter 16: Filtering Data.

Chapter 17: Creating PivotTables.

Chapter 18: Building Simple Macros.

Part V: Utilizing Excel with Other People and Applications.

Chapter 19: Collaborating in Excel.

Chapter 20: Integrating Excel into Word.

Chapter 21: Blending Excel and PowerPoint.

Chapter 22: Using Excel with Access.

Part VI: Practical Applications for Excel.

Chapter 23: Creating a Commission Calculator.

Chapter 24: Tracking Medical Expenses.

Index.

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