Using Microsoft Excel 2010, Enhanced Edition

Using Microsoft Excel 2010, Enhanced Edition

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*** This USING Microsoft Excel 2010 book is enhanced with nearly 2 hours of FREE step-by-step VIDEO TUTORIALS and AUDIO SIDEBARS! *** Microsoft Excel is a requirement for most jobs today. Workers in every office use Excel to track and report information. Excel is an amazingly flexible program with seemingly endless blank canvas of rows and columns, charts, and pivot tables. If youa€™ve never opened Excel, or if youa€™ve used Excel only to neatly arrange lists in columns, this book will get you up to speed with the real-life skills needed to survive in a job that requires familiarity with Excel. USING Microsoft Excel 2010 is a media-rich learning experience designed to help new users master Microsoft Excel 2010 quickly, and get the most out of it, fast! EVERY chapter has multiple video and audio files integrated into the learning material which creates interactive content that works together to teach everything mainstream Microsoft Excel 2010 users need to know. Youa€™ll Learn How to: - Understand the Excel Interface - Use the Excel Web App - Format, Sort, Filter and Consolidate Data - Use Formulas and Functions Examples of Topics Covered in VIDEO TUTORIALS, which Walk You Through Tasks Youa€™ve Just Got to See! - Using the Fill handle to Fill in a Series - Creating Sparklines - Recording a Macro Using Relative Referencing Examples of Topics Covered in AUDIO SIDEBARS, which Deliver Insights Straight From the Experts! - Pasting and Delimited Text - Creating Custom Lists - The Importance of Choosing the Right Chart Type Please note that due to the incredibly rich media included in your Enhanced eBook, you may experience longer download times. Please be patient while your product is delivered. This Enhanced eBook has been developed to match the Apple Enhanced eBook specifications for the iPad and may not render well on older iPhones or iPods or perform on other devices or reader applications.From a pivot label drop-down, select Sort A to Z1 or Sort Z to A1. Unlike sorting outside pivot tables, it doesna#39;t matter if you have more than one cell selected during the sort. Excel will automatically sort the entire pivot table. If multiple columnsanbsp;...

Title:Using Microsoft Excel 2010, Enhanced Edition
Author:Tracy Syrstad, Bill Jelen
Publisher:Pearson Education - 2011-08-29


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