Written in a question-and-answer format, this lowest-level beginner book covers the extreme basics of using spreadsheets in Excel. Instead of delving into advanced topics that scare most Excel novices away, the guide starts at a much more basic level, quickly providing a passable knowledge of the program and allowing users to overcome their fears and frustrations. It answers hundreds of common questions, including Can I delete data from a spreadsheet without changing the formatting? How can I merge two cells, columns, or rows? How do I use text-wrapping? How do I create custom functions? and What is a Macro and how do I go about creating it? Intended for the roughly 40 percent Excel users who have never even entered a formula, this book will demystify the problems and confusion that prevent them from using the program to its potential.We were using electric typewriters which seemed so cool compared to the manual Royal typewriter that I had at home. The typewriter did not bother to have a numeral a1a key a you were supposed to type a lower-case aLa when you needed a 1anbsp;...
|Title||:||Don't Fear the Spreadsheet|
|Author||:||Tyler Nash, Bill Jelen, Kevin Jones, Tom Urtis|
|Publisher||:||Tickling Keys, Inc. - 2012-07-01|