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Microsoft Excel 2013: Illustrated Introductory (Illustrated)by Elizabeth Reding
Synopses & Reviews
Praised by instructors for its concise, focused approach and user-friendly format, the Illustrated Series engages both computer rookies and hot shots in mastering MICROSOFT EXCEL 2013 quickly and efficiently. Skills are accessible and easy-to-follow thanks to the Illustrated Series' hallmark 2-page layout, which allows students to see an entire task in one view. New Learning Outcomes outline the skills covered in each lesson, and larger full-color screens represent exactly what students should see on their own computers. Each unit begins with a brief overview of the principles of the lesson, and introduces a case study for further application.
Book News Annotation:
A series of short tutorials provides detailed instructions for creating spreadsheets in Excel, working with formulas and functions, formatting a worksheet, working with charts, analyzing data using formulas, managing workbook data, organizing data in a table, and analyzing table data. Colorful screenshots illustrate the operations. The 2013 edition covers the new Start screen, the flash fill feature for separating data, and file management in SkyDrive. Annotation ©2015 Ringgold, Inc., Portland, OR (protoview.com)
About the Author
Elizabeth Eisner Reding has authored many books for Delmar and Course Technology on a variety of software programs, including Adobe Photoshop, Microsoft Office, and Microsoft Publisher. Living in New Mexico with her husband, she spends her free time grilling, water gardening, road and mountain biking, and collecting Southwestern art. 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 Microsoft Office 2013. Unit A: Getting Started with Excel 2010. Unit B: Working with Formulas and Function. 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. Appendix: Working with Windows Live and Office Web Apps.
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