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Numbers offers an intuitive interface and elegant organization features we've come to expect from Apple, allowing you to focus more time on analysis and presentation. David Rivers helps you learn all that you can accomplish with Numbers. First, take a quick tour of the interface and the Template Chooser, and then see how to quickly create a basic spreadsheet. He also walks through more complex features, like tables, styles, formulas and functions, charts, and formatting options, as well as the array of objects you can add to make a Numbers spreadsheet even more effective and eye-catching. Finally, learn how to share your spreadsheets with the world as printouts and emails, or through iCloud.
(xylophone music) Hi, and welcome to Numbers Essential Training. I'm David Rivers. Numbers is a powerful spreadsheet application that gives you all the tools you need to create complex, yet stunning-looking worksheets. In this course, I'll take you through the creation process beginning with a quick tour of the template chooser and the user interface. Then it's on to some spreadsheet basics before we really start working with tables, table styles, and more complex formulas and functions.
Making your worksheets look good is an important part of creating professional quality spreadsheets. So, we'll work with charts and text formatting options before we explore the various types of objects we can add to a Numbers spreadsheet to really maximize that wow factor. Then, we investigate the various ways to share your documents with the world, including exporting to PDF and Excel formats, as well as working in the Cloud. With all of this and more to cover, let's get started with Numbers Essential Training.
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