Synopses & Reviews
Microsoft Excel 2003 is an incredibly versatile and easy-to-use spreadsheet program that helps users calculate and analyze numerical data. Absolute Beginner's Guide to Microsoft Office Excel 2003
teaches new users to get the most from the latest version of the software. With the help of this book, users learn to:
- Create spreadsheets that include formulas and built-in Excel functions.
- Format numbers and text so that Excel printouts are easy to read.
- Use clip art, pictures, borders, and colors to add interest to spreadsheets.
- Take Excel data and publish it to the World Wide Web.
- Use the Excel Function Wizard to choose the right function to calculate the appropriate result.
- Use the Autoformat feature to quickly format an entire worksheet.
- Use the new speech feature for voice dictation and voice commands.
A beginner's guide to Microsoft Excel 2003 introduces the new features of the latest version of the versatile spreadsheet program and offers helpful instruction and tips on creating spreadsheets, formatting numbers and text, publishing Excel data on the Web, and using the Excel Function Wizard and A
About the Author
Joe Kraynak has taught hundreds of thousands of new PC users how to make the most of their computers with his easy-to-read books. Joe has been writing and editing successful training manuals and computer books for more than 12 years. His titles include Easy Internet, 5E, Que's Official Internet Yellow Pages 2003 Edition, and The Complete Idiot's Guide to Microsoft Office XP.