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GO! with Microsoft® Excel 2010 2e
PowerPoint Presentation to Accompany GO! with Microsoft® Excel e Chapter 1 Creating a Worksheet and Charting Data <#>

Objectives Create, Save, and Navigate an Excel Workbook
Enter Data in a Worksheet Construct and Copy Formulas and Use the SUM Function

Objectives Format Cells with Merge & Center and Cell Styles
Chart Data to Create a Column Chart and Insert Sparklines Print, Display Formulas, and Close Excel

Objectives Check Spelling in a Worksheet Enter Data by Range
Construct Formulas for Mathematical Operations Edit Values in a Worksheet Format a Worksheet

Create, Save, and Navigate an Excel Workbook
Excel Document Worksheet Individual spreadsheet, part of a workbook Vertical columns (letters) and horizontal rows (numbers) Cell Intersection of a row and a column

Create, Save, and Navigate an Excel Workbook
Figure 1.2 <#>

Create, Save, and Navigate an Excel Workbook
Figure 1.3 <#>

Create, Save, and Navigate an Excel Workbook
Figure 1.5 <#>

Enter Data in a Worksheet
Cell content Anything entered into a cell Constant values Text values (label) Number values Formulas Equations that perform calculations on values in the worksheet

Enter Data in a Worksheet
Active cell Selected by clicking on the cell Cell is outlined in black Column and row number are highlighted Cell reference displays in Name Box Figure 1.7 <#>

Enter Data in a Worksheet
Figure 1.9 <#>

Enter Data in a Worksheet
Auto Fill Generates and extends a series of values Fill handle Used to drag the contents of the selected series Figure 1.10 <#>

Enter Data in a Worksheet
Ranges Two or more cells that are adjacent or nonadjacent A range colon (:), appearing between two cell references, includes all cells between the two cell references EX: B3:D3 is a range including B3, C3, and D3

Enter Data in a Worksheet
Figure 1.13 <#>

Construct and Copy Formulas and Use the SUM Function
Construct formulas Type formula with the equal sign (=) May be typed in the cell or the formula bar Use the plus sign (+) to add numbers Press enter and the cell will display the results and the formula will appear in the formula bar Use the Excel SUM function Copy formulas using the fill handle

Construct and Copy Formulas and Use the SUM Function
Figure 1.17 <#>

Construct and Copy Formulas and Use the SUM Function
Figure 1.18 <#>

Format Cells with Merge & Center and Cell Styles
Joins selected cells into one larger cell and centers content Select range, then click Merge & Center Cell Styles Defined set of formatting characteristics Font, font size, font color, cell borders, and cell shading

Format Cells with Merge & Center and Cell Styles
Formatting numbers Accounting Number Format and Comma Style Use comma separator where appropriate Apply two decimal places Use parentheses for negative numbers Differences Accounting Number Format—dollar sign (\$) Comma Style—no dollar sign

Chart Data to Create a Column Chart and Insert Sparklines
A graphic representation of data Easier to read than a table of numbers Sparklines Tiny charts embedded in a cell to give a visual summary alongside data

Chart Data to Create a Column Chart and Insert Sparklines
Figure 1.24 <#>

Chart Data to Create a Column Chart and Insert Sparklines
Figure 1.25 <#>

Chart Data to Create a Column Chart and Insert Sparklines
Figures 1.27 and 1.28 <#>

Chart Data to Create a Column Chart and Insert Sparklines
Figure 1.31 <#>

Print, Display Formulas, and Close Excel
Page Layout view See edges of the paper of multiple pages, margins, and rulers Insert headers and footers Backstage view Select the File tab (upper left corner) Shows document properties, and print and print preview options <#>

Print, Display Formulas, and Close Excel
Figure 1.32 <#>

Print, Display Formulas, and Close Excel
Figure 1.34 <#>

Check Spelling in a Worksheet
Figure 1.40 <#>

Enter Data by Range Time-saving technique for entering numbers
Select the range of cells where numbers are to be entered. Press Enter after each entry and the active cell will move within the selected range. This technique works for multiple columns. <#>

Construct Formulas for Mathematical Operations
Excel formulas begin with an equal sign and include cell references and arithmetic operators. Symbols Used in Excel for Arithmetic Operators Operator Symbol Operation + Addition - Subtraction (also negation) * Multiplication / Division % Percent ^ Exponentiation Figure 1.43 <#>

Construct Formulas for Mathematical Operations
Copying formulas in Excel A formula copied in Excel changes cell references relative to the cell with the formula. Example: Copying =C4+D4 from cell E4 to cell E5 will result in =C5+D5 To force Excel to keep a cell reference use absolute addressing to fix the formula reference by inserting a dollar sign (\$) before the row and/or column. <#>

Construct Formulas for Mathematical Operations
Figure 1.47 <#>

Edit Values in a Worksheet
Changing cell contents Making changes to numbers will result in re-calculating any formulas that reference the cell that was changed. This is a powerful and useful feature of Excel. Formatting cells Formatting cells will result in a different appearance but will not impact the calculations. <#>

Format a Worksheet Formatting
Specifying appearance of cells and overall layout of the worksheet Inserting and deleting rows and columns Existing data is moved and formulas automatically adjusted Adjusting column widths and wrapping text Wrap text displays the contents of a cell on multiple lines, thus increasing the cell height <#>

Format a Worksheet Figure 1.53 <#>

Covered Objectives Create, Save, and Navigate an Excel Workbook
Enter Data in a Worksheet Construct and Copy Formulas and Use the SUM Function

Covered Objectives Format Cells with Merge & Center and Cell Styles
Chart Data to Create a Column Chart and Insert Sparklines Print, Display Formulas, and Close Excel

Covered Objectives Check Spelling in a Worksheet Enter Data by Range
Construct Formulas for Mathematical Operations Edit Values in a Worksheet Format a Worksheet