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Introduction

Once you enter the data on a worksheet, you'll want to add formulas to calculate values such as pediatric dosages. With Microsoft Office Excel 2003, you can create your own formulas or insert built-in formulas, called functions, for more complex computations.

In addition to using a worksheet to calculate values, you can also use it to manage a list of information, called a list or database. You can use an Excel worksheet to keep an inventory of supplies, a nursing vacation schedule, or a patient database. You can enter information directly on a worksheet, or use a Data Form, which lets you quickly enter information by filling in blank text boxes, similar to a paper form. Excel provides a variety of tools that make it easy to keep lists up-to-date and analyze them to get the information you want quickly. Excel's data analysis tools include alphabetical organizing (called sorting), and collecting information that meets specific criteria (called filtering).


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