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Excel 97 Windows Dummies Quick Reference (For Dummies: Quick Reference)
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Fast answers to frequently asked questions
Excel 97 for Windows essentials at your fingertips! If you like your answers quick and your information up-to-date, look no further. With this concise, superbly organized reference, you'll get the answers you need to accomplish common tasks like changing print settings, analyzing data, customizing charts, and more. You'll never have to worry about remembering all those Excel functions again!
The Dummies Way Concise, "get it done" information Helpful alphabetical organization Convenient lay-flat binding Icons and other navigational aids A dash of humor and fun
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The good news is that Microsoft Excel is out in a brand-new version with more features than ever before. The bad news is that this brand-new version contains plenty of new functions and commands to remember. So, to help you work productively with Excel 97 without being hindered by differences in its new functions, IDG Books Worldwide, Inc., presents Excel 97 For Windows For Dummies Quick Reference. In this book, you can find all the tips, shortcuts, commands, and quick solutions you need to get the most out of this latest update of your favorite spreadsheet software.
About the Author
About the Author John Walkenbach has been involved with computers for the past 25 years. He has written more than 250 articles and reviews for publications such as PC World, Windows, PC/Computing, and Info World. In addition, he's the best-selling author of more than a dozen books, including the Excel 97 for Windows Bible, Excel For Windows 95 Power Programming With VBA, and Excel Programming For Windows 95 For Dummies. John holds a Ph.D. in experimental psychology from the University of Montana, and has worked as an instructor, consultant, programmer, and market research manager for the largest S&L ever to fail (and he takes no responsibility for that). Currently, he heads JWalk and Associates, a small consulting firm in southern California. John also maintains "The Spreadsheet Page" on the World Wide Web (http://www.j-walk.com/ss). In his spare time, he likes to annoy his neighbors with loud blues guitar playing, and weird sounds from his synthesizers.
Table of Contents
PART I: Getting to Know Excel.
PART II: Using Workbook Files and Worksheets.
PART III: Formatting, Outlining, and Printing Your Work.
PART IV: Entering and Editing Worksheet Data.
PART V: Using Formulas and Functions.
PART VI: Analyzing Spreadsheet Data.
PART VII: Charting, Mapping, and Drawing.
PART VIII: Using Excel with Other Applications.
Glossary: Techie Talk.
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