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Introduction

Introduction

If you've picked up this book, you probably use or are thinking of using Microsoft Office Excel 2003 either in your home or business. Excel is the best-selling spreadsheet program available, and with it, you can create all kinds of financial documents—budgets, sales worksheets, income totals, expense reports, loan payments, and more. If there's something you need to do with numbers, Excel is the program for that job.

But Excel isn't your life. You don't want to learn every little function and feature. You want the basics, enough to get your job done as quickly and painlessly as possible. That's why this book is perfect for you.

Easy Microsoft Office Excel 2003 provides concise, visual, step-by-step instructions for all the key tasks. You can see how to perform each task. The book covers the most common things you do, and covers the best way to do them. You learn how to create, edit, format, and print worksheets. You also learn how to jazz up a worksheet with charts, pictures, links to Web sites, and more. As an added bonus, you can use Excel as a mini-database program; this book also covers the database features of Excel. And finally, you learn how to make some changes to how the program works. Just about everything you need in one easy book.

You can turn to a particular task and follow the steps for that task. You can read the book from cover to cover. You can use the book as a reference. You can turn to a particular topic (such as charts) and follow all the tasks for that topic. No matter how you use it, you will find the information you need to make learning Excel easy.

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