Excel 2002 Right from the Start by F. R. Heathcote
  

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Excel 2002 Right from the Start by F. R. Heathcote

Excel 2002 Right from the Start is a useful guide for 16-18 year-olds on introductory ICT courses and adults either at work, attending evening class or learning on a home PC, this book develops ICT skills starting from the very basics through to an intermediate level. Spreadsheets are made simple with this book, which starts with the basics and gradually introduces more complex features. Topics include: What is a spreadsheet? Columns of data Formulae and functions Charts Creating a form Moving and copying Advanced formatting Cell referencing Modelling What if? Scenarios Sorting

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Format

Paperback
96 pages

Author

F. R. Heathcote
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Publisher

Payne-Gallway Publishers an imprint of Pearson Education Limited

Publication date

15th June 2003

ISBN

9781903112786


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