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Go! with Microsoft Office Excel 2003 Comprehensive and Student CD Package (Go!)by Shelley Gaskin
Synopses & Reviews
Written for a diverse audience (all ages, different educational backgrounds, varying educational goals), this book allows for self-paced or online learning. The primary goal of GO! Series: Microsoft Excel 2003 Comprehensive is to teach Microsoft Excel 2003 quickly and easily, with an approach that is based on clearly-defined projects. A key feature of the book is the use of Microsoft procedural syntax: steps begin with where the action is to take place, followed by the action itself. The instruction is error-free, clearly written, and logically arranged. This book provides users with the skills to solve business problems using the computer as a tool. Combining all of the material of Volumes 1 and 2 of the series, the Comprehensive edition covers: getting started, with Excel; creating a workbook with formulas; advanced formulas, functions, and charting; customizing a workbook; adding logic and protecting the workbook; checking work and working with others; advanced formatting and functions; using database capabilities in Excel; integrating Excel with other office applications; PivotTables and PivotCharts; customized Excel with macros; and visual basic for applications. An efficient and handy guide for anyone interested in learning the ins and outs of Microsoft Excel 2003.
About the Author
Shelley Gaskin, Series Editor for the GO! Series, is a professor of business and computer technology at Pasadena City College in Pasadena, California. She holds a master's degree in business education from Northern Illinois University and a doctorate in adult and community education from Ball State University. Dr. Gaskin has 15 years of experience in the computer industry with several Fortune 500 companies and has developed and written training materials for custom systems applications in both the public and private sector. She is also the author of books on Microsoft Outlook and word processing.
Table of Contents
1. Getting Started with Excel 2003 .
2. Editing Workbooks, Formulas, and Cells.
3. Formatting a Worksheet.
4. Ranges and Functions.
5. Creating Charts and Diagrams.
6. Working with Templates, Large Worksheets, and other File Formats.
7. Creating Templates, Using Lookup Functions and Data Validation, and Auditing Worksheets.
8. Using Database Capabilities in Excel.
9. Using What If Analysis Tools.
10. Advanced Excel Analysis Tools.
11. Macros and Visual Basic for Applications .
12. Collaborating With Others (XML).
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