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From customizing the interface to producing professional reports, Excel 2008 for Mac Essential Training fully explores the intricacies of working with this information management software. Using real-world examples, instructor David Rivers explains how to manipulate workbooks; use formulas and functions; perform goal-seeking analyses; lay out and present text and charts; use basic templates; and create custom templates, themes, and layouts. Exercise files accompany the course.
Hi, I'm David Rivers and welcome to Microsoft Excel 2008 for Mac Essential Training. You know, Excel is the world's leading spreadsheet application, and there have been a number of improvements and enhancements made to this latest version from Microsoft. In this title we'll be exploring changes to the user interface before moving on to the basics of working with a spreadsheet application like Microsoft Excel. We'll explore tips and tricks for working efficiently with sheets in a workbook. We'll get into common formulas and functions as well as some of the more advanced functions when it comes to working with numbers in Excel.
And then we'll explore ways to make your spreadsheets standout by enhancing your data and adding components like charts, graphics and other objects. Of course sharing your work with others is always important, so we'll examine several ways to effectively do that while protecting the integrity of your data at the same time. So let's not waste any time. Let's get started with Microsoft Excel 2008 for the Mac.
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