PHIL OLIVER and NOEL
Microsoft Excel 2002 explained - BP511 -
One of over 70 books by Phil Oliver and Noel Kantaris,
published by Bernard Babani (publishing) Ltd. Suitable for all Access 2002
If you are a PC user and want to get to grips with
Microsoft's Excel 2002 for Windows spreadsheet as quickly as possible, then
this book is for you; no previous knowledge is assumed.
The book explains:-
What hardware specification you need to run the package, how to install it,
how to benefit from the built-in Help system, and how to become familiar
with the Excel environment, including Task Panes.
How to build up simple spreadsheet examples, edit entries, format cells and
ranges, and save and open worksheets.
How to generate and use 3-dimensional worksheets, how to link them together,
and how to generate and add graphs to a worksheet, edit, preview and print
How to set up and query a database management system.
How to use the Auditor, Goal Seek, What-if Tables, the Solver, and how to
manage What-if Scenarios.
How to share information with other applications by linking, embedding, and
using hyperlinks, and how to use Excel to publish data on the Web.
How to customise Excel by creating simple recorded macros, designing custom
toolbars and manipulating buttons options.
A chapter of exercises and one on all the functions of
Excel 2002 are included, as well as a detailed glossary to help you with
any jargon and computer terms.
updated - 31 March 2006