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1. Excel - Computer Application in Management Yosi Wiesel...

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1 Chapter 1 – Introduction to Excel: What is a Spreadsheet? Exploring Microsoft Excel 2003 2 Daily applications finance marketing sale and logistics human resources research government etc. etc. ….
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3 Introduction to Spreadsheets Spreadsheet – a computerized 2D model Divided into rows and columns Columns identified with alphabetic headings Rows identified with numeric headings Cell – the intersection of a row and a column Consists of column letter and row number 4 Rows, Columns, and Cells Cell referenced by column, then number Active cell surrounded by heavy border Column headings above each column. Columns designated with letters Row headings to the left of each row. Rows designated with numbers
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5 Types of Cell Entries Constant – an entry that does not change Can be a numeric value or descriptive text Function – a predefined computational task Formula – a combination of numeric constants, cell references, arithmetic operators, and functions Always begins with an equal sign 6 An Excel Workbook Title bar shows name of workbook Standard toolbar Menu bar displays commands Formatting toolbar
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7 The Active Cell, Formula Bar, and Worksheet Tabs Click tabs to move to a different worksheet Active cell is highlighted Formula bar displays contents of active cell 8 Using Cell Ranges Range – a rectangular group of cells May be a single cell or the entire worksheet May consist of a row (or part of a row), a column (or part of a column) or multiple rows and/or columns To select a range: Click left mouse button at the beginning of the range Hold left mouse button as you drag the mouse Release left mouse button at the end of the range
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Spreadsheets are typically built by copying cells Stage 1: Design a “typical case”
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