Exploring Microsoft Excel 2000
For any course teaching application software using Microsoft Office 2000 applications. This book will appeal to students in a variety of disciplines including liberal arts, business, and the sciences. All books in this series offer consistent presentation - common design, pedagogy, and writing style. Concepts as well as key-strokes are stressed. Hands-on exercises in every lesson provide just the right amount of practice time. This best-selling author teams hands-on approach and conceptual framework helps students master important concepts, as well as the features of the powerful new Office 2000 applications.* NEW - MOUS Certification throughout the expert level for all individual applications and Office 2000. * Provides the necessary training to pass the MOUS exam at the expert level, preparing students to enter todays job market. * NEW - The Proficient Certification Edition provides training for the proficient level MOUS exam in all Office 2000 applications. * Quality, four-color, spiral bound - Exploring Office 2000 series covers Word 2000, Access 2000, Excel 2000, and PowerPoint 2000. There are three combined texts in the series, Exploring Microsoft Office 2000, Vol. I and II a
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Introduction to Microsoft Excel
Modifying the Worksheet
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