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Getting Started With Excel Part 3

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Continuing with the previous Excel beginner tutorials series, this video builds on your new knowledge. You will be introduced to mathematical calculations, and operators. Shortcuts and tips and tricks will be demonstrated too.

How to make calculations with mouse clicks, selections and using the Excel Autosum feature.

Demonstration of using Excel to: Total, Average, Max, Min and Count.

Easy to follow and helpful video tutorial for beginners. Or, seasoned pros who need a...



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How Macros In Microsoft Excel Can Help You


Macros in Excel help you process repetitious data sets quickly. They save you time. Anything you use Excel for that is repeated again and again is a good candidate for a macro.

The first thing you need to decide is whether the task you're doing is a good candidate for a macro. You don't want to clutter your workspace with macro buttons that you only use once in a while.

If a task takes some set-up and includes some data manipulation (i.e. mouse clicks, selections etc.) AND you...



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Getting Started With Excel Part 2

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Excel basics are tought in this tutorial including entering data, editing data, changing column widths, rows and Autofill.

Calculations are also covered.

Shortcuts like what happens when the ESC is pressed and when to press F2 to edit a cell. What to expect when you press the HOME key and when to press ENTER.



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Getting Started With Excel

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Setting up a simple spreadsheet in Excel. Really simple explanation on the video on how to open a spreadsheet in the Micorsoft program and begins by explaining some basics of Excel.

Sometimes Excel seems so over-bearing and complex. I don't know if it's the grid pattern or what, but once you see someone else show you how to get around it's really easy to get started.



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Download Microsoft Excel of course! And all the stuff you need like worksheets and templates. How about discussion on formulas and cell tagging? Tutorials and lists of "how-to" for everything Excel. Oh yeah, there are Excel downloads too.