Über den Autor
Abbott Katz, author of Beginning Microsoft Excel 2010, brings extensive Microsoft Office instructional experience to the task, having trained users of the suite s components in varied academic and corporate settings. He has a doctorate in sociology and wide-ranging writing experience as well. Abbott has composed, and continue to compose, numerous complex spreadsheets, twinning technical fluency with the imagination to realize Excel s potential in a diverse array of settings.
- Introduction to Excel
- Getting Started and Getting Around the Worksheet
- From Data Entry to Data Creation: Formula Basics and Beyond
- Keeping Up Appearances-Formatting the Worksheet
- The Stuff Of Legend-Charting in Excel
- Setting the Table: Database Features of Excel 2010
- Working With Multiple Sheets
- PivotTables and Pivot Charts
- Getting It On Paper-Printing in Excel 2010
- Taking it to the Cloud: Sharing and Collaborating on the Internet
- Appendix A
- Appendix B
- Appendix C
Beginning Microsoft Excel 2010 is a practical, step-by-step guide to getting started with the world's most widely-used spreadsheet application. The book offers a hands-on approach to learning how to create and edit spreadsheets, use various calculation formulas, employ charts/graphs, and get work done efficiently.
Microsoft rolled out several new features with Excel 2010-perhaps the most notable was the ability to use Excel 2010 online and collaborate on a project in real time. Beginning Microsoft Office 2010 keeps you up-to-date with all of these features and more.