Teach Yourself VISUALLY Excel 2013

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John Wiley & Sons, Jan 28, 2013 - Computers - 352 pages
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The step-by-step, visual way to learn Excel 2013

Excel can be complicated, but this Visual guide shows you exactly how to tackle every essential task with full-color screen shots and step-by-step instructions. You'll see exactly what each step should look like as you learn to use all the new tools in this latest release of the world's most popular spreadsheet program. In easy two-page lessons, author Paul McFedries shows you how to organize, present, analyze, and chart data, over the web or on a network.

  • The Visual learning system is perfect for teaching Excel; previous editions of this book have sold more than 230,000 copies
  • Covers common Excel 2013 tasks such as creating spreadsheets and charts, filtering and sorting data, and working with PivotTables
  • Provides step-by-step instructions for each task
  • Each step is illustrated with full-color screenshots

Teach Yourself VISUALLY Excel 2013 offers visual learners the ideal way to master this popular but complex spreadsheet program.

 

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Contents

Table of Contents
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Paul McFedries is a fulltime technical writer He has been authoring
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Learning the Layout of a Worksheet 24 Understanding the Types of Data You Can Use 25 Enter Text into a Cell 26 Chapter 2 Entering Data
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Working with Ranges
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Fill a Range with a Series of Values
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Visual Quick Tips The Facebook Guide for People Over
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Working with Range Names
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Use Worksheet Text to Define a Range Name
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Table of Contents
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Create a New Blank Workbook 172 Create a New Workbook from a Template 174 Save a Workbook 176 Open a Workbook 177 Arrange Workbo...
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Modify the Workbook Colors 190 Set the Workbook Fonts 192 Choose Workbook Effects 194 Apply a Workbook Theme 196 Add a Workbook H...
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Printing Workbooks
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Adjust the Workbook Margins
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Adjust the Workbook Margins 204 Change the Page Orientation 206 Insert a Page Break 207 Choose a Paper Size 208 Set the Print Area 210 Config...
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Analyzing Data
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Visualizing Data with Charts
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Delete a Range Name
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Formatting Excel Ranges
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easily through each task Numbered steps are actions
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Examine Chart Elements 264 Understanding Chart Types 265 Create a Chart 266 Create a Recommended Chart 268 Add Chart Titles 270 Add Data ...
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