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MS- Excel Spread sheet Program Component of MS-Office suite Performs Calculations, Maintaining Databases and Summary Reports Graphs

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Spreadsheet It is a Grid that organizes data into columns and rows Spreadsheet make it easy to display information We can insert formulas to work with the data Eg Auto Sum Information can be sorted as well as filtered

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Spreadsheet Each value is stored in a cell

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Uses of Spreadsheet A businessman can store Journals entries, Legder etc Balance Sheet

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MS-Excel CREATE A SPREADSHEET CONTAING DATA OF 10 STUDENTS IN 5 SUBJECTS WRITE STUDENT NAMES COLUMN-WISE MARKS ROW WISE

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Microsoft Excel Window Worksheet is divided into multiple cells Cell is an intersection of a row and a column Each cell has a unique name and a cell address 256 columns represented by labels A,B… rows represented by numbers 1,2…

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256 Columns

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65536 Rows

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Active Cell Data is always entered in an active cell i.e a cell with thick border when we click with mouse pointer By default A1 is active cell

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Cell Address

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Workbook Default file name is book1

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Using Formula

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Worksheets

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Functions Max() Min() Date() Count() CountIf() Sqrt() SumIf() Mode() Median() Mean()

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Max() Returns the largest Value from the numbers provided =max(cell,cell,cell)

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Min() Returns the smallest Value from the numbers provided =min(cell,cell,cell)

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Date() Date Date(year,month,day) =date(2003,10,23)

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Count() Returns the number of cells that contain numbers =count(cell:cell)

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CountIf() Returns the number of cells in a range that meets a given criteria =countIf(range,criteria) =countif(cell:cell, criteria) =countif(a1:a5, b1) =Countif(a1:a5, “>=200”)

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Sqrt() Returns the square root of a number =sqrt(cell) Sqrt(number)

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SumIf() Adds all numbers in a range of cells, based on a given criteria =sumif(range, “criteria” sum_range) =sumif(a2:a6, “>=200”, c2:c6) Values in the range c2:c6 will be added if the criteria is met

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Median() Half numbers have values greater and half have values less than the median =median(cell:cell)

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Mode() Most frequently occuring or repetitive value =mode(cell:cell)

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Average() Returns the Average =average(cell:cell)

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Count Min Max Average Sum

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