The Accountant's Guide to Excel

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Cengage Learning EMEA, 2000 - Business & Economics - 378 pages
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Written by an accountant for accountants, The Accountant's Guide to Excel is designed to take both beginners, and those with some experience with Excel, through a step-by-step explanation of the software and how it can be used in their working lives. Drawing together areas of computer knowledge needed to allow users to complete spreadsheets with confidence, its straightforward, easy-to-follow approach will demystify Excel for the accountant.A CD accompanies the book which covers the different types of uses for spreadsheets: clerical intensive; end-user orientated; and figures' manipulation orientated, providing a back-up to enhance quicker learning.
 

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Contents

INTRODUCTION
1
Exercises
16
DIRECTORIES FILES
39
CHAPTERS START TASKBAR AND DESKTOP
49
MAINTENANCE BACKUP
69
CHAPTERS WINDOWS COMMON DIALOGUE
81
EXCEL FUNCTIONALITY
95
THE EXCEL SCREEN
101
SPREADSHEET DESIGN
217
SPREADSHEET DESIGN
225
BUILDING SPREADSHEETS
235
BUILDING SPREADSHEETS
237
THE GROSS PAY CALCULATOR
261
ACCOUNTS AND PROJECTIONS
277
THE PROJECTIONS
305
THE BUSINESS PLAN
319

CHAPTERS THE EXCEL TOOLBARS
123
AUTOMATIC BACKUP AND CELL
133
INPUT WITH KEYBOARD AND MOUSE
155
MAXIMIZING EFFICIENCY WITH
183
WITH EXCEL You CAN
197
DEPRECIATION ETC TO FINISH
337
CHARTING
353
AND THERES MORE
361
APPENDIX A THE EXTENDED TRIAL BALANCE
371
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