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Spreadsheets have been in use on personal
computers now for some years. They are used in nearly every office
environment in the world for any number of reasons. In the past they
were used only to perform basic math, such as adding, multiplying,
subtracting and dividing. Today's spreadsheets can be significantly
different and far more advanced. The leader in the spreadsheet field
today is without doubt Microsoft Excel. The reasons for this will
become apparent the more you learn about this very powerful program.
You will find that by following a few basic fundamental rules when
starting a spreadsheet that you will be able to extract, change, modify,
report, add and manipulate data in a way you never thought possible.
Sadly most users of Excel never realise the full potential of what
they are using. In fact all too many users simply use Excel as no more
than a personal whiteboard, with the occasional calculation (formula)
thrown in. This is a great shame as it is designed to do so much more
We will show you how you can use Excel to achieve all your wants
and need. As we progress you will also find yourself wanting
to know more and it can become an unquenchable thirst if you allow it to be
(believe me we know!). By the completion of these lessons you will be
able achieve a lot more than you can now, but even more importantly
you will have the knowledge to be able help yourself.
You will notice throughout the course that we do NOT use screen
shots to aid you. This is done intentionally, as we believe that by
doing so forces the student to think a lot more about what they are
is spreadsheet program that hinges entirely on three very important
(the spreadsheet in its entirety)
(pages or sheets within the Workbook)
(contained on all Worksheets)
Remove any one of
these aspects and Excel can no longer function.
Before we go into any detail at all we need to know how to start
Excel. Starting Excel is no different to starting any other Microsoft
applications (Word, PowerPoint, Publisher, Access etc.) and can be
done in any number of ways.
The three most common ways to start Excel are:
From the Microsoft Office Toolbar
From a shortcut icon on your desktop
By selecting the
Start button located at the bottom left
hand side of your screen, then selecting Programs then
The first two may not be relevant to you if your computer is on a
network, so if you donít have these options available to you, select
the third option. (If you wish to set up a shortcut to your
desktop, or install the Microsoft Office Toolbar, please let us know
and we will send you instructions on how to do so).
Lets now open Excel by selecting the
Start button located at
the bottom left hand side of your keyboard, then selecting Programs
then Microsoft Excel and have a look at the screen in front of
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