Excel 97 One Step at a Time

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Wiley, Dec 19, 1997 - Computers - 444 pages
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Teach Yourself Excel 97 with the Software that Talks You Through Every Step — On Demand See It! Watch short, movie-style demos of over 100 key tasks Try It! Two friendly experts guide you through every step of a specific task in an interactive simulation Do It! Listen to the instructions and follow the steps — while working in your own Excel spreadsheets Learn Excel 97 — and get your work done at the same time! Excel 97 One Step at a Time introduces brand new interactive, sound-enhanced software that allows you to call up the book's step-by-step lessons right from your own Excel spreadsheets. At home, at work, or in the classroom, this unique, all-in-one book/software package is the perfect resource for first-time learning or quick, on-the-fly refreshers. http://www.idgbooks.com System Requirements: IBM-compatible 386 or higher/Windows 95, or NT 4.0/8MB RAM recommended/150MB hard disk space (for full/network install)/sound card

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About the Author Alan Neibauer is the author of popular books on computer software, a corporate trainer, and a consultant to companies both large and small. A graduate of the Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania with a master's degree in Public Administration, he also has a B.S. in Communications from Temple University. He served as Chair of Computer Management Information Systems of Holy Family College in Philadelphia, and has developed software for the health care industry. When not writing, Neibauer enjoys practicing Tae Kwon Do by the New Jersey shoreline with his wife, Barbara.

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