Excel 2013 Core: Intro

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This user guide will take you through all the things you need to know when using Excel at a simple level.
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Shelley Fishel is the owner  and founder of tomorrow's VA - an online training portal with courses in Microsoft Office. Shelley has been teaching Microsoft Office for over 20 years both in the classroom and online. A Fellow of the Learning and Performance Institute, Shelley holds the Certified On...


This user guide will take you through all the things you need to know when using Excel at a simple level.

You will learn how to: Get around Excel 2013, add text and numbers to spreadsheets, use autofill to copy formula and create series, create a basic formula, use average minimum and maximum, work with worksheets and much more

  1. First things first
    1. Starting Excel
    2. The Excel Window
    3. The Ribbon
    4. Customizing the Quick Access toolbar
    5. Customizing the Ribbon
    6. Assigning shortcut keys using The Alt Key
    7. Adding values to workbook properties
  2. Saving
    1. Saving a Workbook for the First Time
    2. Saving your Workbook Once it has a Name
    3. Save as different file formats
    4. Saving Files to remote locations
    5. Maintaining backward compatibility
  3. Backstage View
    1. The Backstage View
    2. Excel Options
  4. Share via Backstage View
    1. Share Via Email
    2. Invite People to Share
    3. Open a Shared Workbook
  5. Create Worksheets and Workbooks
    1. Creating new blank workbooks
    2. Creating New Workbooks Using Templates
    3. Changing worksheet order
    4. Move or copy to a different workbook
    5. Set how many worksheets you start with
    6. Importing a .CSV file
  6. Adding data
    1. Adding Text
    2. Adding Numbers
    3. Moving around a Spreadsheet
    4. Cursor Shapes (Mouse Shapes)
    5. Selecting Data in a Worksheet
  7. Navigating your Workbook
    1. Searching for data within a workbook
    2. Inserting hyperlinks
    3. Using Go To
    4. Using the Name Box to Navigate
  8. Workbook Views
    1. Introduction to Views
    2. Normal View
    3. Page Layout View
    4. Page Break Preview
    5. Page Breaks
    6. Creating Custom Views
  9. Working with Data
    1. Cut, Copy and Paste
    2. Copying by Dragging
    3. Moving by Dragging
    4. Using Paste Special
  10. Formatting Cells and Worksheets
    1. The Font Group
    2. The Alignment Group
    3. The Number Group
    4. Wrapping Text in a Cell
    5. Format Painter
  11. Merge or Split Cells
    1. Merging Cells
    2. Merge Across
    3. Center across selection
    4. Merge Cells
    5. Un merge Cells
  12. Headers and Footers
    1. Headers and Footers
    2. Inserting headers and footers
  13. Printing Headings
    1. Print Titles
    2. Print Columns to Repeat with Titles
  14. Hide and Unhide Rows and Columns
    1. Hiding Columns
    2. Un hide Columns
    3. Hiding Rows
    4. Unhide Rows
  15. Page Setup Options for Worksheets
    1. Page Orientation
    2. Modifying page setup
    3. Change the Margins
    4. Changing the Header and Footer Size
    5. Setting Print Scaling
  16. Print a Worksheet or a Workbook
    1. Printing
    2. Printing individual worksheets
  17. Cell Styles
    1. Apply Cell Styles
    2. Create Cell Styles
  18. Autofill
    1. Copy Data using Autofill
    2. Copy Formatting using Autofill
  19. Flash Fill
    1. Flash Fill
  20. Formulas
    1. Formulas Introduction
  21. Create Formulas
    1. Add, Subtract, Multiply, Divide
    2. Make Changes to Formulas in the Formula Bar
    3. Using Autofill to Copy Formulas
  22. Enforce Precedence
    1. Order of Evaluation (Order of Precedence) (BODMAS)
  23. Absolute Cell References
    1. Absolute Cell References
    2. How to Create an Absolute Cell Reference
    3. Relative Cell References
  24. Basic Functions
    1. Basic Functions
    2. Using Basic functions via the Auto sum Button
  25. Managing Worksheets and Workbooks
    1. Introduction Worksheets
  26. Create and format worksheets
    1. Adding worksheets to existing workbooks
    2. Delete Worksheets
    3. Copying and moving worksheets
    4. Rename a Worksheet
    5. Grouping Worksheets
    6. Changing worksheet tab colour
    7. Hiding worksheets
    8. Sum across Worksheets
  27. Manipulate window views
    1. Splitting the window
    2. Open Two Copies of the Same Workbook
  28. Index
This book is very useful for managing soft paper work, especially calculations.
9. September 2014 um 05:56
Great resource, well planned with easy to follow step by step instructions - a true treasure for those who want to handle Excel 2013 with ease.
12. Juni 2014 um 22:17