Ch1ClassNotes_fall08 - Chapter 1 Getting Started with Excel...

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Chapter 1: Getting Started with Excel 2007 ACIS 2504, Fall 2008 Skills Practice 1. Navigate Excel using the Excel Ribbon 2. Navigate Excel using the Quick Access Toolbar a. Add common commands to the Quick Access Toolbar b. Add other commands to the Q.A. Toolbar 3. Create, name and save a new Excel file using various “Save” options. a. Excel workbook (no support for macros, safer) b. Excel 97-2003 Workbook (previous version compatible) c. Macro-enabled Workbook d. Other Formats (we will practice with some of these later in the semester) i. Delimited text files ( For importing/exporting (non-Excel) data.) ii. PDF capability by integrating with Adobe Acrobat (also .xps which is Microsoft’s version of portable document files) iii. Web page formats iv. XML formats v. and more 4. Format cell contents a. Distinguish between a cell’s content and its format b. “General” format type c. Formatting text data i. Text effects: bold, italic, small caps, etc.
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