Here’s WHAT You’ll LearnManage 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 ItJump 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
Experience learning made easy—and quickly teach yourself how to manage, analyze, and present data with Excel 2013. With Step by Step, you set the pace—building and practicing the skills you need, just when you them! Includes downloadable practice files and companion eBook.
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Work with Excel 2013 in touch mode Write formulas, create macros, and organize data Present data visually and add images to worksheets Consolidate multiple sets of data into a single workbook Analyze data using the Quick Analysis Lens Collaborate with colleagues and present workbooks online
Here's WHAT you'll learn:Manage your financial data and personal expenses Get started quickly with prebuilt templates Create formulas and functions to do the hard work Sort, filter, update, and copy your data Use charts and graphics to bring data to life Collaborate with colleagues by sharing spreadsheets online
Here's HOW you'll learn it:Jump in whenever you need answers Easy-to-follow STEPS and SCREENSHOTS show exactly what to do Handy TIPS teach new techniques and shortcuts Quick TRY THIS! exercises help apply what you learn right away
Here's WHAT you'll learn:Design and build your own database quickly Use Access forms to collect information with ease Create and modify tables to organize your data Store files such as documents and images Exchange data with other databases and documents Bring your data alive with colorful reports Here's HOW you'll learn it:
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Quickly set up workbooks, enter data, and format it for easier viewing Perform calculations and find and correct errors Create sophisticated forecast worksheets, key performance indicators (KPIs), and timelines Visualize data with 3D maps, funnel charts, and other powerful tools Import, process, summarize, and analyze huge datasets with Excel’s improved PowerPivot and Power Query Build powerful data models and use them in business intelligence Look up just the tasks and lessons you need
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