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Special Edition Using Microsoft Excel 2002

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  • Copyright 2001
  • Dimensions: Special (all other)
  • Pages: 976
  • Edition: 1st
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  • ISBN-10: 0-7897-2511-8
  • ISBN-13: 978-0-7897-2511-0

There is a focus on applying real-world techniques to solve everyday business problems in this edition. It will provide the most extensive coverage ever found in one book on Microsoft Excel's functions, as well as professional modeling, charting, and formula techniques. No other Excel book on the market provides as much essential intermediate to advanced-level coverage.

Topics covered will include:

  • Building Charts with Excel
  • Professional Charting techniques
  • Using Formulas and Functions
  • Using PivotTables & PivotCharts
  • Creating Gantt Charts
  • Combining Excel with Other Office Applications

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Tips

Untitled If you want readers to understand the overall content of an Excel worksheet, see what information is being stored, and go right to the bottom line, make column headings and titles stand out through use of boldfacing or by applying a dynamic font, and draw attention to the bottom line—totals and the results of important formulas.

If you're using Excel to create a fill-in form, using patterns in empty cells can tell the user not to use those cells, or create a visually interesting separation between parts of the form.

You can add a left and right bracket around any time or date code to make Excel show elapsed time. For example, if cell A1 contains 8/12/2001 10:15 and cell A2 contains 8/13/2001 9:42, and cell A3 contains =A2-A1, formatting cell A3 with [h]:mm:ss shows you how many hours, minutes, and seconds elapsed between the two dates.

In Excel, you can create subfolder(s) within the Templates folder to house new templates. Templates stored in the Templates folder appear on the General tab in the New dialog box; templates stored in a subfolder of Templates are listed on a separate tab named for the subfolder.

The Shift+F8 technique is a little-known Excel technique but is great for selecting multiple ranges without having to hold the Ctrl key. To use it on noncontiguous ranges, select the first range using whatever technique you want, press Shift+F8—the word Add appears on the status bar—and then select additional ranges using the mouse (no Ctrl key). When finished, press Shift+F8 again, or press the Esc key.

Table of Contents



Introduction.

New Features and Enhancements in Excel 2002. How This Book Is Organized. Conventions Used in This Book.

I. GETTING STARTED WITH EXCEL.

1. Getting Around Excel.

Starting and Exiting the Excel Program. Identifying Workbook Elements. Working with Workbooks. Understanding Cell Basics. Entering Text. Saving Excel Data. Controlling Your Worksheet View. Troubleshooting. Excel in Practice.

2. Spreadsheet Basics.

Selecting Cells. Selecting Columns and Rows. Selecting Noncontiguous Ranges. Selecting Ranges on Grouped Worksheets. Naming Ranges for Fast Access. Troubleshooting. Excel in Practice.

3. Editing Spreadsheets.

The Clipboard Viewer. Editing with the Keyboard. Creating a Data Series. Creating a Custom Fill Series. Creating a Custom Fill to Define Linear or Growth Trends. Creating a Custom List or Series. Replacing Data. Tracking Changes Made by Multiple Users. Using Comments to Explain Cell Content. Linking Excel Data. Troubleshooting. Excel in Practice.

II. FORMATTING AND PRINTING EXCEL WORKSHEETS.

4. Applying Number and Date Formats.

Applying Common Numeric Formats from the Toolbar Applying Built-In Formats. Creating Custom Formats. Applying Custom Currency. Working with Large Numbers. Pasting In Custom Characters. Creating Custom Conditions Codes. Repeating Characters. Excel in Practice.

5. Formatting and Printing.

Why Change the Formatting? Using the Formatting Toolbar. Using the Format Cells Dialog Box. Changing the Font, Point Size, and Font Styles. Working with Styles. Applying and Drawing Borders and Shading. Using AutoFormat to Enhance Your Worksheets. Using the Drawing Toolbar. Ordering, Grouping, Moving, and Resizing Drawn Objects. Combining Drawing Tools with Charts and Worksheets. Media Matrix. Media Plan. Slider Charts. Inclusion Matrix with Webdings. Printing a Worksheet. Previewing the Print Job. Using Page Break Preview. Working with Page Setup Options. Troubleshooting. Excel in Practice.

III. USING FORMULAS AND FUNCTIONS.

6. Function Fundamentals.

The Basic Parts of a Formula. Using the New AutoSum Feature. Editing Formulas. Writing Multiple Copies of a Formula. Using AutoCalculate for Quick Totals. Using Arithmetic Operators for Simple Math. Relative Versus Absolute Referencing. Using the Watch Window. Referencing Values in Other Worksheets and Workbooks. Troubleshooting. Excel in Practice.

7. Database Functions.

Database Functions Overview. DAVERAGE. DCOUNT. DGET. DMAX. DMIN. DPRODUCT. DSUM. GETPIVOTDATA. Troubleshooting. Excel in Practice.

8. Date and Time Functions.

Date and Time Functions Overview. DATE. DAYS360. EDATE. MONTH. NETWORKDAYS. TODAY. WEEKDAY. YEAR. Troubleshooting. Excel in Practice.

9. Engineering Functions.

Engineering Functions Overview. BESSELI. BIN2DEC. COMPLEX. CONVERT. DEC2BIN. DELTA. GESTEP. HEX2BIN. IMCONJUGATE. IMPOWER. IMPRODUCT. IMSUB. IMSUM. OCT2BIN. Excel in Practice.

10. Financial Functions.

Financial Functions Overview. ACCRINT. ACCRINTM. COUPDAYBS. COUPDAYS. COUPNCD. COUPNUM. CUMIPMT. DISC. DURATION. FV. IPMT. MDURATION. NPER. NPV. ODDFPRICE. PMT. PPMT. PRICE. PV. RATE. RECEIVED. TBILLPRICE. TBILLYIELD. YIELD. YIELDMAT. Excel in Practice.

11. Information Functions.

Information Functions Overview. CELL. COUNTBLANK. ERROR.TYPE. INFO. IS Functions. Troubleshooting. Excel in Practice.

12. Logical Functions.

Logical Functions Overview. AND. IF. NOT. OR. Troubleshooting. Excel in Practice.

13. Lookup and Reference Functions.

Lookup and Reference Functions Overview. CHOOSE. HLOOKUP. INDEX (Array Form). INDEX (Reference Form). Using the Lookup Wizard. LOOKUP (Array Form). LOOKUP (Vector Form). OFFSET. TRANSPOSE. VLOOKUP. Troubleshooting. Excel in Practice.

14. Math and Trigonometry Functions.

Math and Trigonometry Functions Overview. ABS. ACOS. ASIN. COMBIN. COS. COUNTIF. DEGREES. LN. PERMUT. PI. RAND. ROMAN. SQRT. SUBTOTAL. SUM. SUMIF. TAN. Troubleshooting. Excel in Practice.

15. Text Functions.

Text Functions Overview. CONCATENATE. EXACT. FIND. FIXED. LEN. LOWER. MID. PROPER. RIGHT. Add st, nd, rd, and th to the End of Numbers. SUBSTITUTE. TRIM. UPPER. Troubleshooting. Excel in Practice.

16. Statistical Functions.

Statistical Functions Overview. AVERAGE. BINOMDIST. CHIDIST. CONFIDENCE. CORREL. COUNT. COUNTA. COUNTBLANK. COUNTIF. COVAR. EXPONDIST. FDIST. FORECAST. FREQUENCY. GEOMEAN. GROWTH. INTERCEPT. LARGE. LINEST. LOGEST. MAX. MEDIAN. MIN. MINA. NORMDIST. NORMINV. PERCENTILE. PERCENTRANK. POISSON. RANK. SLOPE SMALL. STDEV. STDEVA. TREND. VAR. VARA. Excel in Practice.

IV. USING EXCEL'S ANALYSIS TOOLS.

17. Setting Up and Establishing a List or Database.

Using Excel As a Database Program. Setting Up Date-Driven Lists. Building an Effective List. Transposing List Data with the Paste Special Command. Creating Structured Lists from Data Contained in One Cell. Working with the Data Form. Viewing and Printing the List. Troubleshooting. Excel in Practice.

18. Using Excel's Data-Management Features.

Data Management in Excel. Using Conditional Formatting with Lists. Using Formulas with Conditional Formatting. Using Formulas with Conditional Formatting to Create Timelines. Managing Data Using Text To Speech. Sorting a List. Filtering a List. Adding Form Controls to Your Worksheets. Troubleshooting. Excel in Practice.

19. Outlining, Subtotaling, and Auditing Worksheet Data.

Organizing and Auditing Your Data. Grouping or Outlining Data. Consolidating Data. Creating Automatic Subtotals. Validating and Auditing Data Entry. Troubleshooting. Excel in Practice.

V. CREATING AND MODIFYING CHARTS.

20. Building Charts with Excel.

An Overview of Excel Charts. Creating Charts with the Chart Wizard. Excel Chart Types. Printing Charts. Troubleshooting. Excel in Practice.

21. Modifying Excel Charts.

Options for Improving Your Charts. Changing the Chart Type. Changing a Data Series. Adding a Secondary Axis to the Chart. Value Axis Scaling. Category Axis Scaling. Changing the Series Order. Adding a Trendline to a Data Series. Troubleshooting. Excel in Practice.

22. Formatting Charts.

An Overview of Formatting Charts. Formatting Lines: Axes, Tick Marks, High/Low Lines, and Error Bars. Formatting Text: Data Labels, Titles, Legends, and Text Boxes. Enhancing Charts with Shapes. Formatting Data Series. Changing the Border, Color, or Fill of a Chart Item. Formatting 3D Charts. Troubleshooting. Excel in Practice.

23. Professional Charting Techniques.

Formatting Charts for a Professional Look. Creating Column Depth. Pie Chart Techniques. Using Fill Effects to Show Variance in 3D Charts. Using Form Controls with Charts. Stacking Multiple Charts. Creating Cost and Production Curves with Charts for Variance. Linking Chart Text to Worksheet Cells. Charting Hidden Data. Creating Effective Multiple-Combination Charts. Troubleshooting. Excel in Practice.

VI. USING EXCEL TO MANAGE YOUR BUSINESS.

24. Using PivotTables and PivotCharts.

New PivotTable and PivotChart Features. Understanding PivotTables. Using the PivotTable and PivotChart Wizard. Laying Out the PivotTable. Setting PivotTable Options. Creating PivotCharts. Modifying PivotTables and PivotCharts. Working with Dates in PivotTables. Creating a PivotTable from Multiple Ranges. Managing Employee Hours and Costs with PivotTables. Saving and Editing PivotTables in HTML Format. Embedding Your HTML in Word Documents. Troubleshooting. Excel in Practice.

25. Using Analysis Tools: Goal Seek, Solver, and Data Tables.

Analyzing Your Data with Excel. Using Goal Seek. Using Solver. Creating Amortization Tables to Calculate Mortgage Payments. Using the Analysis ToolPak Add-In. Excel in Practice.

26. Using Excel in Business.

Important Tools for Any Business Thinking “Out of the Box” with Excel Value Chains. Value Matrices. Excel in Practice.

27. Customizing Excel to Fit Your Working Style.

Why Customize Excel? Changing the Default Excel Settings. Web Options Button. Changing Workbook Settings. Changing the Excel Window Settings. New Option Tabs. Modifying Toolbars. Customizing the Excel Menus. Troubleshooting. Excel in Practice.

VII. INTEGRATING EXCEL WITH OTHER APPLICATIONS.

28. Building Presentations with Excel.

Using Excel with Other Microsoft Office Programs. Copying Excel Data to a Word Document. Copying Excel Data to a PowerPoint Presentation. Copying Word and PowerPoint Data to an Excel Worksheet. Combining Word, Excel, and PowerPoint Files with Hyperlinks. Troubleshooting. Excel in Practice.

29. Using Excel with Access and Other Databases.

Using Excel with Database Software. Using Access to Complement Excel. Exporting Excel Data into Other Databases. Retrieving Data from Access and Other Relational Databases. Retrieving Data from Text Files or the Web. Troubleshooting. Excel in Practice.

30. Retrieving Data from OLAP Servers.

What Is OLAP? Server Versus Client OLAP. Creating an OLAP Data Source Definition. Creating an OLAP PivotTable. Using OLAP PivotTables. Using OLAP PivotCharts. Saving Offline Cubes from Server Cubes. Performing OLAP Analysis on Database Data. Excel in Practice.

31. Recording and Editing a Macro.

Create Your Own Commands with Macros. What Is a Macro? Why Create Your Own Commands? Creating a Macro with the Macro Recorder. Macro Playback. Editing a Macro. Deleting Macros, Custom Buttons, and Custom Menu Items. Macros to Help You Work Faster. Troubleshooting. Excel in Practice.

32. Using Excel on the Web.

Exploring Excel's Web Capabilities. Publishing Your Worksheet As a Web Page. Sending Your Excel Workbook Using E-Mail. Using Real-Time Data in Excel. Excel in Practice.

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