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Excel_Powerpoint_Lecture

Excel_Powerpoint_Lecture - Office 2007 XP XP The Office...

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XP Office 2007 The “Office Button” Where you will find all your common file functions The toolbar is transformed into what they call the Ribbon In each Ribbon there are GROUPS that have drop down arrows on almost every category 1
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XP The Microsoft Office BUTTON 2
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XP 3 The Office 2007 “Ribbon”
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XP 4 Insert Tab Ribbon
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XP 5 Developing a Worksheet Determine the worksheet’s purpose. Enter the data and formulas, without worrying too much about appearance Test the worksheet and make any necessary edits / corrections. Document the worksheet and improve appearance, FORMAT for show Save and print the complete worksheet.
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XP 6 3 Types of Cell Data Label – This is when you enter in text or numbers for labeling purposes. Enter in a ‘ if you are entering in a number, but want it to be a label – Excel will put a green “carrot” symbol on the left top corner Value – This is when you enter in a number that you want to CALCULATE on in a formula or
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