Microsoft Excel 2010 Tables PivotTables Sorting and Filtering Quick Reference Guide Cheat Sheet of Instructions Tips and Shortcu

Author: Beezix Software Services, Inc
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ISBN: 9781936220335
Format: PDF
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Laminated quick reference card showing step-by-step instructions and shortcuts for how to use tables, PivotTables, sorting and filtering features in Microsoft Office Excel 2010. This guide is suitable as a training handout, or simply an easy to use reference guide, for any type of user. The following topics are covered: Excel Tables: Creating an Excel Table, Changing the Table Area, Adding a New Row or Column to the Table, Deleting a Table Row or Column, Turning On/Off the Total Row, Changing the Total Row, Convert a Table to a Normal Range, Using a Normal Range for Sorting, Filtering, Subtotals, and PivotTables, Removing Duplicates, Structured References in Excel Tables. PivotTables: Creating a PivotTable or PivotChart Report, Show/Hide the PivotTable Field List, Adding/Removing a PivotTable Field, Refreshing a PivotTable, Rearranging a PivotTable, Adding a PivotChart to an Existing PivotTable, Changing the Summary Function, Changing How Values are Shown, Sorting in a PivotTable, Grouping by Dates or Time, Filtering PivotTables and Charts with Slicers. Sorting & Filtering: Basic Sorting, Complex Sorting, Re-applying a Sort, Creating a Custom List, Creating a Custom List from Cell Data, Sorting Using a Custom List, Filtering and Advanced Filtering, Show/Hide AutoFilter, Searching for Filter Criteria in AutoFilter, Criteria for Advanced Filters, Using Advanced Filters/Copying Filtered Data to Another Range, Selecting /Ordering Columns, Filter/Copy Unique Rows, Clearing Filtering and Sorting, Subtotals. This guide is one of several titles available for Excel 2010: Excel 2010 Introduction; Excel 2010 Tables, PivotTables, Sorting & Filtering; Advanced & Macros; Charts & Sparklines; Functions & Formulas.

Microsoft Excel 2010 Introduction Quick Reference Guide Cheat Sheet of Instructions Tips and Shortcuts Laminated Card

Author: Beezix Software Services, Inc
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ISBN: 9781936220137
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Laminated quick reference card showing step-by-step instructions and shortcuts for how to use Microsoft Office Excel 2010. This guide is suitable as a training handout, or simply an easy to use reference guide, for any type of user. The following topics are covered: Creating Workbooks, Entering and Editing Data, Undo and Redo, Resizing Column Width and Row Height, Inserting and Deleting Rows Columns and Cells, Clearing Cells, Clearing Formatting, Formatting Numbers and Cells, Aligning and Merging Cell Contents, Borders and Grids, Viewing the Worksheet as it will Print, Entering Dates, Entering Sequences. Entering Formulas & Functions, Entering a SUM Function Quickly, Absolute vs. Relative Cell References. Copying and Moving Data: Copying to Adjacent Cells; Cut, Copy, Paste; Drag & Drop. Sheet Features: Renaming, Moving, Copying, Selecting, Inserting, Deleting Sheets. Editing Multiple Worksheets Simultaneously, Copying Data and Formatting to Multiple Worksheets. Previewing, Printing and Page Setup, Printing a Specific Area, Using Page Break Preview to Adjust Page Breaks, Repeating Rows/Columns on Every Page. Working with Previous Versions (Compatibility Mode). Also includes: Lists of Selection and Movement Shortcuts. This guide is one of several titles available for Excel 2010: Excel 2010 Introduction; Excel 2010 Tables, PivotTables, Sorting & Filtering; Advanced & Macros; Charts & Sparklines; Functions & Formulas.

Microsoft Excel 2010 Charts and Sparklines Quick Reference Guide Cheat Sheet of Instructions Tips and Shortcuts Laminated Card

Author: Beezix, Inc Staff
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ISBN: 9781936220427
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Laminated quick reference card showing step-by-step instructions and shortcuts for how to use charts/graphs and Sparklines features of Microsoft Office Excel 2010. The following topics are covered: Charts: Inserting a Chart, Creating a Chart Sheet Using the Default Chart Type, Changing Type, Resizing a Chart in the Worksheet, Changing Chart Type, Charting Non-Adjacent Data, Selecting Chart Objects, Adjusting Scale, Creating a Chart with Two Scales, Add, Move or Remove the Legend, Adding a Data Series, Removing a Data Series, Using Tables as a Data Source, Switching Rows and Columns, Adding or Removing Gridlines, Exploding a Piece of a Pie Chart, Adding Explanatory Text, Adding Visuals, Adding Data Labels, Move, Format, Edit Data Labels, Adding/Removing a Chart Title, Adding an Axis Title, Moving a Title, Using Styles and Layouts, Moving the Chart to Another Worksheet, Adding a Projection or Trendline to a Data Series, Removing a Trendline, Handling Hidden and Empty Cells, Setting the Default Chart, Creating a Chart Template, Applying a Custom Chart Type. Sparklines: Creating a Sparkline, Removing Sparklines, Grouping Sparklines, Changing Sparkline Type. Customizing Sparklines: Adding Text, Highlighting Values (Markers). Changing Marker Color, Change Sparklines Color and Weight, Customizing Axis Settings, Handling Hidden and Empty Cells. This guide is suitable as a training handout, or simply an easy to use reference guide, for any type of user. This guide is one of several titles available for Excel 2010: Excel 2010 Introduction; Excel 2010 Tables, PivotTables, Sorting & Filtering; Advanced & Macros; Charts & Sparklines; Functions & Formulas.

Excel 2013 Simplified

Author: Paul McFedries
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1118517261
Format: PDF, ePub
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A friendly, visual approach to learning the basics of Excel 2013 As the world's leading spreadsheet program, Excel is a spreadsheet and data analysis tool that is part of the Microsoft Office suite. The new Excel 2013 includes new features and functionalities that require users of older versions to re-learn the application. However, whether you're switching from an earlier version or learning Excel for the first time, this easy-to-follow visual guide gets you going with Excel 2013 quickly and easily. Numbered steps as well as full-color screen shots, concise information, and helpful tips, all contribute to a clear, comfortable learning experience. Covers Excel basics, workbook fundamentals, formatting worksheets and enhancing them with graphics, analyzing data, communicating results with charts and PivotTables, and much more Walks you through using Flash Fill, representing your data in a variety of ways, and maximizing a more interactive interface Demonstrates how to share workbooks, collaborate with others, and embed portions of your spreadsheets on social network pages Excel 2013 Simplified is a quick and easy way to get up to speed on Excel 2013 for both novice users and those upgrading from an earlier version.

Excel 2010 Pivot Tables

Author: Tim Hill
Publisher: Questing Vole Press
ISBN: 0983580480
Format: PDF, ePub
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The jargon associated with Microsoft Excel's pivot tables ("n-dimensional cross tabulations") makes them look complex, but they're really no more than an easy way to build concise, flexible summaries of long lists of raw values. If you're working with hundreds (or hundreds of thousands) of rows, then pivot tables are the best way to look at the same information in different ways, summarize data on the fly, and spot trends and relationships. This handy guide teaches you how to use Excel's most powerful feature to crunch large amounts of data, without having to write new formulas, copy and paste cells, or reorganize rows and columns. You can download the sample workbook to follow along with the author's examples.- Create pivot tables from spreadsheet or database tables.- Rearrange pivot tables by dragging, swapping, and nesting fields.- Customize pivot tables with styles, layouts, totals, and subtotals.- Combine numbers, dates, times, or text values into custom groups.- Calculate common statistics or create custom formulas.- Filter data that you don't want to see.- Create and customize pivot charts.- Unlink a pivot table from its source data.- Control references to pivot table cells.- Plenty of tips, tricks, and workarounds.- Fully cross-referenced and indexed.Contents1. Pivot Table Basics2. Nesting Fields3. Grouping Items4. Calculations and Custom Formulas5. Filtering Data6. Charting Pivot Tables7. Tricks with Pivot TablesAbout the AuthorTim Hill is a data miner based in Las Vegas, Nevada. When he's not crunching numbers in SAS, Excel, R, or SQL, Tim plays poker, hikes canyons, and avoids malls.

Excel 2003 Bible

Author: John Walkenbach
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 0764549790
Format: PDF, Docs
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The most comprehensive guidebook available on the most popular spreadsheet program, fully updated to include all-new "X" features Written by the leading Excel guru known as "Mr. Spreadsheet," John Walkenbach, who has written more than thirty books and 300 articles on related topics and maintains the popular Spreadsheet Page at www.j-walk.com/ss The definitive reference book for beginning to advanced users, featuring expert advice and hundreds of examples, tips, techniques, shortcuts, work-arounds, and more Covers expanded use of XML and Web services to facilitate data reporting, analysis, importing, and exporting information Explores Excel programming for those who want advanced information CD-ROM includes all templates and worksheets used in the book, as well as sample chapters from all Wiley Office "X" related Bibles and useful third party software, including John Walkenbach's Power Utility Pak Note: CD-ROM/DVD and other supplementary materials are not included as part of eBook file.

Microsoft Excel 2010 Formulas and Functions Inside Out

Author: Egbert Jeschke
Publisher: Pearson Education
ISBN: 0735668965
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
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Conquer Microsoft Excel formulas and functions—from the inside out! You’re beyond the basics, so dive right in and really put Excel formulas and functions to work! This supremely organized reference packs hundreds of timesaving solutions, troubleshooting tips, and workarounds. It’s all muscle and no fluff. Discover how the experts increase their data analysis capabilities using Excel 2003, 2007, or 2010—and challenge yourself to new levels of mastery. Customize Excel formulas using 350+ built-in functions Create reusable formulas for common calculations Learn smarter ways to calculate date and time values Systematically search worksheets with lookup and reference functions Perform advanced calculations using mathematical, statistical, and financial functions Build complex formulas by nesting one function inside of another Analyze profit margins and more with new functions in Excel 2010 Develop your own functions with Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) NOTE: The sample Excel files that accompany the book were updated on 12/4/2012. Click the Companion Content link to download the files.

Office 2013 For Dummies

Author: Wallace Wang
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1118620283
Format: PDF, Mobi
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Office 2013 For Dummies is the key to your brand new Office! Packed with straightforward, friendly instruction, this update to one of the bestselling Office books of all time gets you thoroughly up to speed and helps you learn how to take full advantage of the new features in Office 2013. After coverage of the fundamentals, you'll discover how to spice up your Word documents, edit Excel spreadsheets and create formulas, add pizazz to your PowerPoint presentation, and much more. Helps you harness the power of all five Office 2013 applications: Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, and Access Discusses typing and formatting text in Word and easy ways to dress up your documents with color, graphics, and more Demonstrates navigating and editing an Excel spreadsheet, creating formulas, and charting and analyzing Excel data Walks you through creating a PowerPoint presentation and adding some punch with color, sound, pictures, and videos Explores Outlook, including configuring e-mail, storing contacts, organizing tasks, scheduling your time, and setting appointments Delves into designing Access databases, including editing, modifying, searching, sorting, and querying; also covers viewing and printing reports, and more The fun and friendly approach of Office 2013 For Dummies makes doing Office work easy and efficient!

Microsoft Excel 2013 Plain Simple

Author: Curtis Frye
Publisher: Pearson Education
ISBN: 0735672687
Format: PDF, ePub
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Get the guide that makes learning Microsoft Excel plain and simple! This full color, no-nonsense book shows you the quickest ways to solve a problem or learn a skill, using easy-to-follow steps and concise, straightforward language. You'll analyze, manage, and share information in more ways than ever before. Here’s WHAT You’ll Learn Manage your data quickly and efficiently Filter, sort, summarize, and crunch your numbers Use formulas and functions to do the heavy lifting Bring data to life with charts and graphics Share data between Microsoft Office documents Work as a team, online and in the cloud Here’s HOW You’ll Learn It Jump in wherever you need answers Follow easy STEPS and SCREENSHOTS to see exactly what to do Get handy TIPS for new techniques and shortcuts Use TRY THIS! exercises to apply what you learn right away

Learn Excel 2016 Expert Skills with the Smart Method

Author: Mike Smart
Publisher:
ISBN: 9781909253094
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
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This Excel 2016 book is for users who want to upgrade their basic Excel 2016 skills to true expert level. It will teach you to master all of the Excel 2016 advanced features. If you are an absolute beginner you need our Excel 2016 Essential Skills book. The book is very, very different to any other computer book you have ever read. The Smart Method provides an entirely new and better way to master advanced Excel 2016 features. Here's just four of the many ways in which the book is unique: This book won't waste your time by teaching basic Excel 2016 skills that you already know. All of that material is covered already in our beginner's Excel 2016 Essential Skills book. By assuming that you are already able to use the Excel 2016 basic features, far more ground can be covered. Instruction is logically structured into sessions and lessons. While this makes the book ideal for self-instruction, you can also use it to run your own, highly effective, adult training courses.Every lesson is presented on two facing sheets of A4 paper (the pages are much bigger than in any other Excel book).Each lesson has a sample file that models a real-world business problem. You'll immediately appreciate the value and relevance of each skill you learn. Advanced concepts are explained without needless technical jargon. Everything is concisely described in a simple, no-nonsense way. No matter what your background is, this book will enable you to master Excel 2016's most advanced features. Amongst other things you'll learn how to: Use Excel 2016's new 3D maps feature to create interactive video toursUse Excel 2016's new Get & Transform tool to clean and combine dataPerform What-If analysis to model and compare business scenariosUse advanced functions to solve real-world business problemsCreate intuitive user interfaces using form controls and recorded macrosMaster dynamic tables and structured table referencesUse Excel 2016's new Append and Merge queries to de-normalize dataMaster Excel's data modeling features to define table relationshipsCompletely understand Excel's ability to create OLAP cubesUse OLAP pivot tables and 3D Maps to present OLAP cube dataUse OLAP features to gain total control over PivotTable formatting Break the million row limit with Excels 2016's new Big Data features Companies who have taken Smart Method courses include: AOL Time Warner, The United States Army, Daimler Chrysler, Motorola, HSBC, Barclays, American Express, Allied Irish Banks, Imperial Tobacco, Volvo, The BBC, British Petroleum, The Foreign and Commonwealth Office, Unilever, The Institute of Chartered Accountants, The Ministry of Defence, Keele University, Deutsche Bank, HBOS, Transport For London, The Performing Rights Society, Scottish Power, The Office of the Parliamentary Ombudsman, BAE Systems, RBS, The British Museum, The National Gallery, Pokerstars, Marks & Spencer, Virgin, O2, BMW... and many, many others.