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Loved by instructors for its visual and flexible way to build computer skills, the Illustrated Series is ideal for teaching MICROSOFT OFFICE EXCEL 2010 to both computer rookies and hotshots. Each two-page spread focuses on a single skill, making information easy to follow and absorb. Large, full-color illustrations represent how the students' screen should look. Concise text introduces the basic principles of the lesson and integrates a case study for further application.
This Microsoft Office 2007 Illustrated Series book covers the essential information that you need to know now for Microsoft Excel 2007. Our signature two-page spread design has been updated and refreshed to take full advantage of the new features of the Office 2007 software. This practical, easy to navigate book provides you with the essential knowledge you need to succeed at both work and beyond.
About the Author
Lynn Wermers is a professor and the chair of the Computer Science Department at North Shore Community College in Massachusetts. She also coordinates the computer applications courses for the Verizon Next Step program, and serves as a math consultant for the School of Professional and Continuing Studies at Northeastern University.
Table of Contents
Unit A: Getting Started with Office 2010. Unit A: Getting Started with Excel 2010. Unit B: Working with Formulas and Functions. Unit C: Formatting a Worksheet. Unit D: Working with Charts. Unit E: Analyzing Data Using Formulas. Unit F: Managing Workbook Data. Unit G: Using Tables. Unit H: Analyzing Table Data. WEB APPS Appendix: Working with Windows Live and Office Web Apps
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