[Free ebook]Excel 2016 Formulas, Formatting, And Printing: Supports Excel 2010, 2013, And 2016 (Excel 2016 Level 1)-Jeff Hutchinson - KING OF EXCEL

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[Free ebook]Excel 2016 Formulas, Formatting, And Printing: Supports Excel 2010, 2013, And 2016 (Excel 2016 Level 1)-Jeff Hutchinson

[Free ebook]Excel 2016 Formulas, Formatting, And Printing: Supports Excel 2010, 2013, And 2016 (Excel 2016 Level 1)-Jeff Hutchinson



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This Step-By-Step Workbook will guide you through learning the Excel program including formulas commonly used, formatting capabilities, printing adjustments, multiple worksheet manipulation, adjusting rows and columns. It can be used by a beginner to understand core concepts as well as an advanced student to learn the "in’s and out’s" of Excel. Included are over 100 Practice Exercises that demonstrate how to use Excel concepts. It can also be used as a reference guide to quickly find specific topics.

This workbook/manual will cover the following topics:
  • Interface - This will provide an overview of the system including cell manipulation, Entering data into cells, Quick Access Toolbar, and zooming capabilities.
  • General Formulas - This will include Sum, Average, Minimum, and Maximum, autofill, as well as other manually entered formulas.
  • Row and columns - This will include auto adjustment, insert, delete, and hiding column/rows.
  • Formatting - These chapters cover font, alignment, number, borders, format painter, and fill cell features.
  • Worksheet Tabs - These are located on the bottom of the interface and will allow you to insert, delete, rename, move, copy, and change the color of the tabs. We will also cover ways to format multiple worksheets at the same time.
  • Printing - This chapter will cover repeat title, print area, and print selection as well as how to scale a sheet to fit a typical sized page.

Even if students have previously used Excel on some level, or are self-taught users, they will learn a new variety of shortcuts and time-saving tricks to enhance spreadsheet use. After studying this manual, students will experience a higher level of increased productivity and understanding of all Excel concepts.

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Enter one of the following keywords: Printing, Sum, Average, format, formula etc.
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Design StrategyThis workbook is designed in conjunction with an Online-Instructor-Led course (for more information see: www.elearnlogic.com). Unlike other computer guides, students will not need to review lengthy procedures in order to understand a topic. All that is necessary are the brief statements and command paths located within the guide that demonstrate how a concept is used. The following is the basic structure of the workbook:
  • Chapter/Section – Each core chapter contains sections that further break down topics to provide the subject focus necessary for better understanding concepts.
  • Concept Name - Each concept contains a short description, a definition of how to use it and a TIP providing additional help ideas.
  • Practice Exercises - Most concepts provide a 2-4 minute step-by-step practice so you can better comprehend usage.
  • Student Projects - These are more comprehensive tasks and take longer to complete. They test and challenge a student’s knowledge of the topics covered.
  • Index – This is located on the last page of the workbook to reference important topics as necessary.
This workbook/guide can often be used as a reference to help student’s understand concepts quickly and thoroughly. If more detail is needed for study, the Internet can also be used, as well, to search a concept. Furthermore, if student’s skills are weak due to lack of implementation, they can refresh their knowledge quickly by visually scanning concepts of choice, and then testing them out using the applications.

About the Author

Jeff Hutchinson is a computer instructor teaching a variety of classes around the country. He has a BS degree from BYU in Computer-Aided Engineering and has worked in the Information Technology field supporting and maintaining computers for many years. He also previously owned a computer training and consulting firm in San Francisco, California. After selling his business in 2001, he has continued to work as an independent computer instructor/consultant around the country. Jeff Hutchinson lives in Utah and also provides training for Utah Valley University Community Education system, offering valuable computer skills for the general knowledge of students, career development, and career advancement. Understanding the technology and the needs of students has been the basis for developing this material. Jeff Hutchinson can be contacted at jeffhutch@elearnlogic.com or (801) 376-6687.

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