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MICROSOFT OFFICE EXCEL 2010 Fall 2011 SHORT COURSE SECTION I OFFERED BY INSTRUCTIONAL COMPUTING UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI – ST.LOUIS
Accessibility Start button Microsoft Excel Or Start button All Programs Office Applications Microsoft Excel 2010
What is a worksheet? Active Cell Active Indicator Formula Bar Tab Scroll Buttons Status Bar
Entering and Formatting your data Move the cell pointer to the cell you want to insert data, type data, and press enter. To format the cell, right click on the cell you wish to format, then click on “Format Cells...”
Format Data Type Format Alignment Format Font Type Set Cell Protection Format Cell Fill Format Cell Border Formatting your data
Working with rows and columns  Inserting rows and columns: 1. Click on Home Tab 2. Open Insert box in the Top, Right hand corner. Or Right click at the cell and then click insert
Working with rows and columns  Deleting rows and columns by right click at the row/column then click at “Delete..”
Creating and Using Formulas Operator such as + (for addition) and * (for multiplication) Cell references Values or text Worksheet function (such as SUM or AVERAGE) A formula entered into a cell can consist of any of these elements: Example: = SQRT(225) + B2 Worksheet function Value Cell reference Operator
Entering Formulas At the cell, simply type an equal sign (=) followed by a formula. E.g. A6 = A1 + A5. OR In order to enter a formula, simply choose the cell and click on the Formula tab on top Different formulae can be entered depending on the operation. a)Sum (under AutoSum) b)Rate (under Financial) c)Search (under Text) d)And / Or (under Logical)
Inserting a function into a formula Similar to creating a formula, to insert a Function, click on Formulas, and then on Function Categories Function Description
Using References in Formulas  Relative: The row and column references can change when you copy the formula to another cell because the references are actually offsets from the current row and column. Absolute: The row and column references do not change when you copy the formula because the reference is to an actual cell address. Mixed: Ether the row or column reference is relative or absolute There are 3 types of references you can use:
Using References in Formulas  Example Relative Reference: =(A17+A18)/A19 Absolute Reference: =($A$17+$A$18)/A19 Mixed Reference: =(A$17+$A18)/A19 $ ARE IMPORTANT
Referencing cells outside the worksheets  To use a reference to a cell in another worksheet in the same workbook, use this format: SheetName!CellAddress Example: =A1 * Sheet2!A1 To use a reference to a cell in a worksheet in a different workbook, simply insert its file name: [WorkbookName]SheetName!CellAddress Example: =[Budget.xls]Sheet1!A1
Referencing cells outside the worksheets  If the workbook name in the reference includes one or more spaces, you must enclose it (and the sheet name) in single quotation marks. = A1 * ‘[Budget For 2003]Sheet1’!A1 Here is a formula that refers to a cell on Sheet1 in a workbook name Budget for 2003
Making Charts  In order to insert a chart, simply click on Insert, and then choose which chart to be utilized. Depending on how the graph should look like, different graph icons can be used. 1.Column Graph 2.Line Graph 3. Pie Graph 4.Bar Graph 5.Area Graph 6.Scatter Graph 7.Other Graphs
Making Charts  In the second step, the data that is to be used has to be specified. In order to do that, click on Design after inserting the chart, and then on the Select data icon.
Making Charts [2 cont’] Once the below window opens up, a.New series can be added. b.Existing series can be deleted or edited. c.Graphs can be switched from Rows to Columns. Adds New Series to the Graph Switches between Rows and Columns Edits existing Series Removes Series
Making Charts  The last step of creating a chart is filling the graph with labels such as Chart title, Axes titles, Legend, Data labels etc. To do that, click on Layout under Chart Tools. From there, each icon represents a different title or label. To Insert a Chart Title To Insert Axes Title To Modify Location of Legend To Create Data Labels To Show or Hide Data Table
Making Charts  It can be specified where to place the New Created Chart, by clicking on Design under Chart Tools, and then by clicking on Move Chart Location. The Chart can be either saved Onto a New sheet OR Onto an existing Sheet
Saving Click on File tab. Click Save or Save As > Excel Workbook (.xlsx) or other types.
Printing (1) Select the area you would like to print Go to the File tab located on the top – right hand corner. And then go to Print.
Printing (2) If you would like to fit all the worksheet into one page (in the case that the worksheet is bigger than A1 paper), simply go to Page Layout, and change the Width and the Height to 1 page rather than Automatic, under Scale to Fit. Change both the Width and the Height to 1 page
Printing (3) Formulas Hold CTRL + ~
Questions? If any further questions arise, please contact a lab consultant in any of the following Instructional Computing Labs. SSB 103 SSB 452 Benton Hall 232 Math TLC (UC 050) Ward E. Barnes Library Thomas Jefferson Research Commons
Additional Information The Microcomputer Program at the University of Missouri-St. Louis offers day and evening computer courses as part of the Chancellor's Certificate series. The Online Student Technology Guide has answers to many computing questions. Online self-service solutions for UMSL Technology Issues