Excel e This Course Covers: • • • • • • Spreadsheet fundamentals: How to open, create, and work with a spreadsheet How to enhance spreadsheets using formatting techniques How to create and work with charts How to create formulas to perform a variety of calculations How to manage workbooks and advanced printing options How to analyze data using Excel’s list features Microsoft ® Table of Contents Introduction ...........................................................................
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