Microsoft Excel - Steven Bright - ebook
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This tech manual guides you in learning and perfecting your Microsoft Excel Skills.What You will Learn:*Microsoft Excel User Interface*Excel Basics*Function*Database*Financial Analysis*Matrix*Statistical Analysis*Shortcut and Their Function

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Microsoft Excel

Microsoft Excel User Interface, Excel Basics, Function, Database, Financial Analysis, Matrix, Statistical Analysis

By

Steven Bright

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Copyright Steven Bright 2016

This eBook is licensed for your personal enjoyment only. It may not be re-sold or given away to other people.

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TABLE OF CONTENT

HOW TO USE THE BOOK

INTRODUCTION

MICROSOFT EXCEL USER INTERFACE

EXCEL BASICS

CUSTOMIZING THE QUICK ACCESS TOOLBAR

FUNCTION

DATABASE

FINANCIAL ANALYSIS

MATRIX

STATISTICAL ANALYSIS

PUBLISH AS PDF or XPS

SHORTCUT AND THEIR FUNCTION

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

HOW TO USE THE BOOK

This book outlined step by step procedures for the most important tasks performed with Microsoft Excel. It is the product of practice and experience. It is a documentation of know-how and not just knowledge.

To get the best from it, you have to practice each and every step described here. So, install Microsoft Office, Open Excel and happily get to work.

INTRODUCTION

Microsoft Excel is one of the most popular and powerful spreadsheet applications. It is use to manage data, create charts, balance a checkbook, create an expense report, build formulas, carry out financial analysis, perform mathematical operations, and perform analysis of variance (ANOVA), regression, and other statistical Analysis.

MICROSOFT EXCEL USER INTERFACE

The main components of Microsoft Excel User interface are listed below, so that you will become familiar with them.

The Home Menu

The Data Menu

Page Layout Menu

The Clipboard Viewer

The Insert Menu

The Formulas Menu

The Review Menu

The View Menu

The Developer Menu

The Ribbon

EXCEL BASICS

In this section, I will be introducing you to Microsoft Excel basic tools which if well understood will ensure a good foundation for the remaining sections of this book.

Define Name

To define a name for a cell entry so that you can refer to that cell entry in a formula by that name, do the following:

Enter a value or data in the cell of your choice

Select that cell

Go to the Formula Menu

Click Define Name

In the define name dialog-box, type in the name you want to give to the cell in the “Name” space provided

Click OK.

To apply a “named cell” in a formula, do the following:

Type your formula in the formula bar as usual

When you get to the point you want to refer to the defined cell name, go to the Formula Menu

In the Name manager, click Use in Formula

From the list of named cells in the worksheet, click the defined name you have previously defined for the cell you want to use in your formula.

Insert a New Worksheet

To insert a new worksheet;

Click on the insert worksheet icon in the name tab at the bottom of the worksheet or use Shift+F11

You can then rename the new worksheet if you want.

Rename a Worksheet

To rename a worksheet;

Right-click on the worksheet name e.g. Sheet1 and Click rename from the option list or double-click the sheet name.

The name will be selected and you can now write the new name.

Click anywhere inside the worksheet.

Delete a Worksheet

To delete or remove a worksheet from a workbook;

Right-click on the worksheet name e.g. Sheet1.

Click delete from the option list.

Move a Worksheet

To move a worksheet within a workbook;

Right-click on the worksheet name e.g. Sheet1.

Select the position you want to move it to from the dialog box.

Click the Ok button.

Hide a Worksheet

To hide a worksheet within a workbook;

Right-click on the worksheet name e.g. Sheet1.

Right-click

Click “Hide” from the option list.

To unhide the hidden worksheet, right-click on any other worksheet and click “Unhide” from the option list.

Select the cell you want to unhide from the dialog box and then click the OK button.

Merge Cells

To merge cells;

Select the range of cells you want to merge.

Go to Home>Alignment tab>Click on the drop-down arrow on “Merge & Center” icon.

Click on the type of merge (Merge Across, Merge & Center, Merge Cells and Unmerge Cells.

Unmerge Cells

To unmerge cells;