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Excel Basics In 30 Minutes by Ian Lamont

Excel Basics In 30 Minutes

by Ian Lamont

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Have you ever wanted to learn how to use Microsoft Excel, for a career boost or to better handle figures, lists, and other types of data? In just 30 minutes, this guide will get you up to speed with basic spreadsheet concepts, and even some Excel tricks! Topics include: Screen Layout, Cells, And Terminology Introducing Spreadsheet Functions Formatting Cells And Text The Magic Of Auto Fill More Excel Basics: Percentages, Pasting, And Rows Referencing Other Worksheets How To Make Pie, Column, And Line Charts Sorting And Filtering Printing Exporting PDFs Excel Basics In 30 Minutes is written in plain English, with lots of step-by-step instructions and screenshots that demonstrate exactly what to do. Most of the instructions apply to all versions of Excel made in the last 20 years, including Excel 2010, Excel 2003, and Excel for Mac. For users who don't own Excel, the book explains how to use a free online spreadsheets program called Google Spreadsheets.

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