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Part: III Excel 2004 > Building Worksheets and Workbooks

Chapter 11. Building Worksheets and Workbooks

IN THIS CHAPTER:

63 Enter a Formula

64 Make an Automatic Calculation

65 Make an Advanced Calculation

66 Format Numbers Automatically

67 Automatically Format a Worksheet

68 Display Results That Depend on Circumstances

69 Build a Decision-Making Formula

70 Convert Kilometers to Miles

71 Display the Page Layout

72 Set Up a Printed Page

73 Print Only What You Need

74 Print Multiple Pages on One Sheet

Excel is an example of a venerable class of programs known as spreadsheets. Like other applications of its kind, Excel shows you a screen that is laid out in rows and columns like an accountant's worksheet. You can put numbers on the sheet along with text labels to help you understand what the numbers represent. Then, you can add those numbers, compare results, figure percentages, and conduct a seemingly infinite array of calculations.


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