Join David Rivers for an in-depth discussion in this video Using the Formula Builder, part of Office for Mac 2008 New Features.
Many different people will use a program like Microsoft Excel for many…different reasons but quite often, almost always there are numbers involved and…there are calculations being performed on those numbers. Some of those…calculations can be quite simple like totaling up or summing up a column. Or…there may be more complex operations going on like calculating the payment on…a loan at a certain interest rate over a certain term.…Well, a lot of these formulas and functions are built right into Excel. It's…just a matter of finding them and with this new feature called the Formula…Builder you can create formulas in a simple step-by-step approach. In other…words, you don't need to memorize functions or their syntax. All you have to do…is search for a function or start inserting part of the argument and the…formula will build for you.…
You kind of see what I mean in a second here. We are going to look at the…Formula Builder using an existing file. If you are a premium subscriber and you…have got the Exercise Files and want to follow along, you can open up this one…
- Exploring the new interface Using automater workflows in Excel Using the publishing layout in Word Sending PowerPoint slideshows to iPhoto Using Excel's new ledger sheets Creating charts Using filtering and phishing filters in Entourage Managing events and tasks in Calendar
Skill Level Intermediate
1. New Features Throughout Office
2. New in Word
3. New in PowerPoint
4. New in Excel
5. New in Entourage
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