Excel 2010 For Dummies Quick Reference

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Excel 2010 For Dummies Quick Reference
By Colin Banfield, John Walkenbach

Publisher: Wiley Publications (For Dummies) Book Website
Publication Date: May 17, 2010
Language: English
Format: Acrobat True (pdf) eBook,
Size: 5.05 MB (5,301,850 bytes), 243 Pages

Find the answers to your most important Excel questions with this reference
John Walkenbach抯 name is synonymous with excellence in computer books that decipher complex technical topics. Known as "Mr. Spreadsheet," Walkenbach梐long with Excel expert Colin Banfield梐nswers your most common and important Excel questions in this easy-to-understand reference.
You'll learn how to open, save, protect, and recover workbook files; add, copy, and delete worksheets; enter and edit data and text; create formulas and functions; audit, format, and print; and more. Highly organized and free of unnecessary jargon, this essential reference allows you to find the answers you抮e looking for quickly and easily.

# Excel gurus Walkenbach and Banfield offer quick and easy answers to common Excel questions
# Offers information in a highly organized, easy-to-understand format so you can find exactly what you need
# Includes information on opening, saving, protecting and recovering workbook files; adding, copying, and deleting worksheets; entering and editing data and text; creating formulas and functions; auditing; formatting; printing; and more
# Covers navigating the user interface; using the Ribbon and Quick Access toolbar; saving, protecting, and recovering workbook files; entering and editing data; creating formulas and functions, and much more

Excel 2010 For Dummies Quick Reference enables you to spend more time working on your projects rather than trying to figure how to make Excel work for you!

From the Back Cover
Straightforward and up-to-date ?the nitty-gritty on working with Excel
Want to spend more time on your projects and less time trying to figure out Excel? This handy, portable guide gives you the facts in an easy-to-use format. Two Excel gurus bring you quickly up to speed on the 2010 version and then lay out the stuff you need to know: how to compare workbooks, manage worksheets, enter dates, work with formulas and functions, and much more.

# New for 2010 - learn to use the slicer report filter for PivotTables, in-cell charts (called Sparklines), table and PivotTable search filters, interactive PivotChart filters, and PivotTable custom calculations
# More than one - share workbooks, protect them from unauthorized use, or compare two side-by-side
It's relative - use relative, absolute, and mixed references, and convert formulas to values
# Cell development - edit cell contents, copy cells and ranges, and enter dates, formulas, text, and values
# Chart your progress - choose a chart, modify its axis, create and add elements, and add context to numbers
# Tables and more - use tables, PivotTables, and PivotCharts effectively

Open the book and find:
# A tour of the Excel 2010 window
# Keyboard shortcuts that save you time
# How to undo changes and correct mistakes
# All you need to know about naming constants and formulas
# Advice on formatting numbers and ranges
# How to adjust settings and print your worksheet
# The different types of charts and how to change them
# What to do with the slicer report filter

Learn to:
# Navigate the new interface
# Use the Ribbon and Quick Access toolbar
# Create formulas and functions
# Save, protect, and recover workbook files

Table of Contents
# Part 1: Getting to Know Excel 2010.
# Part 2: Managing Workbooks.
# Part 3: Working with Worksheets.
# Part 4: Entering and Editing Worksheet Data.
# Part 5: Using Formulas and Functions.
# Part 6: Creating and Using Names.
# Part 7: Auditing Your Work.
# Part 8: Formatting Your Data.
# Part 9: Previewing and Printing Your Work.
# Part 10: Charting Your Data.
# Part 11: Working with Tables.
# Part 12: Analyzing Data with PivotTables.
# Part 13: Sorting and Filtering Your Data.
# Index.

About the Author
Colin Banfield has worked in the telecommunications field and has been using spreadsheet programs for more than two decades. Colin works with organizations to build business intelligence models, dashboards, and complex adjunct tools using a combination of Excel, Microsoft Access, and other related Microsoft software. In his spare time, Colin writes and reviews books for Wiley and enjoys photography, astronomy, and expanding his musical repertoire. Colin holds a BSc (Honors) in Electrical Engineering from the University of the West Indies and has received extensive training in many advanced technologies. You can
reach Colin at www.biexcel.com.

John Walkenbach is a leading authority on spreadsheet software and is principal of JWalk and Associates Inc., a small San Diego朾ased consulting firm that specializes in spreadsheet application development. He is the author of approximately three dozen spreadsheet books and has written hundreds of articles and reviews for a variety of publications, including PC World, InfoWorld, Windows magazine, and PC/Computing. John graduated from the University of Missouri and earned a master抯 and a PhD from the University of Montana.

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