How to Do Everything with Microsoft Office Excel 2007 1 9780072263695 Publisher's Note: Products purchased from Third Party sellers are not guaranteed by the publisher for quality, authenticity, or access to any online entitlements included with the product. Master the latest version of Excel Get more out of Excel than ever before with help from this hands-on guide. Learn how to create powerful and easy-to-use spreadsheets and bring yourself up to speed on all the new and improved features available in Excel 2007. Discover how to enter and format data, use graphics effectively, create formulas, build tables to store and analyze data, and share workbooks securely with other users. You'll also learn how to save files to intranet sites and Internet servers, and publish workbooks to Web pages. Plus, you'll find valuable shortcuts that will make it even easier to use the world's most popular spreadsheet application. Control Excel using the new Ribbon interface instead of menus and toolbars Configure and customize Excel to suit your working needs Add visual impact to your worksheets with pictures and diagrams Develop formulas to perform custom calculations Analyze data using PivotTables and organize your information to show exactly what you need Use what-if analysis to solve complex and time-grabbing business problems Share workbooks and collaborate with colleagues Transfer data easily among other Office applications
How to Do Everything with Microsoft Office Excel 2007

How to Do Everything with Microsoft Office Excel 2007

1st Edition
By Guy Hart-Davis
ISBN10: 0072263695
ISBN13: 9780072263695
Copyright: 2007

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Program Details

Part I: Get Started with Excel

Chapter 1: Navigate the Excel Screen

Chapter 2: Configure Excel to Suit Your Working Needs

Chapter 3: Create Spreadsheets and Enter Data

Chapter 4: Format Worksheets for Best Effect

Chapter 5: Add Graphics and Drawings to Worksheets

Chapter 6: Check, Lay Out, and Print Worksheets

Part II: Calculate, Manipulate, and Analyze Data

Chapter 7: Perform Calculations with Functions

Chapter 8: Create Formulas to Perform Custom Calculations

Chapter 9: Organize Data with Excel Databases

Chapter 10: Outline and Consolidate Worksheets

Chapter 11: Analyze Data Using PivotTables and PivotCharts

Chapter 12: Solve Problems by Performing What-If Analysis

Part III: Share, Publish, and Present Data

Chapter 13: Create Effective Charts to Present Data Visually

Chapter 14: Share Workbooks and Collaborate with Colleagues

Chapter 15: Using Excel's Web Capabilities

Chapter 16: Use Excel with the Other Office Applications

Part IV: Customize and Program Excel

Chapter 17: Customize Excel's Interface

Chapter 18: Use Macros to Automate Tasks

Appendix: Keyboard Shortcuts


About the Author

Guy Hart-Davis

Guy Hart-Davis (Barnard Castle, UK) is the author of more than 60 computer books, including all editions of How to Do Everything: iPod, iPhone, & iTunes, iPad and iPhone Administrator’s Guide, Integrating Macs in Windows Networks, and Mac OS X System Administration.