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Excel 2010: A Complete Tutorial for Creating and Managing Spreadsheets


Formation Intégrale Sur Excel 2010: A Complete Guide to Mastering the Spreadsheet Software




Are you looking for a comprehensive course on Excel 2010, the popular spreadsheet software from Microsoft Office suite? Do you want to learn how to use Excel 2010 for various purposes, such as data analysis, reporting, budgeting, accounting, etc.? Do you want to improve your skills and productivity with Excel 2010? If you answered yes to any of these questions, then this guide is for you.




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Introduction




In this guide, you will learn everything you need to know about Excel 2010, from the basics to the advanced features. You will discover how to create, edit, format, manipulate, analyze, visualize and present data using Excel 2010. You will also learn how to use formulas, functions, charts, graphics, tables, plans, subtotals, simulations and pivot tables in Excel 2010. By the end of this guide, you will be able to master Excel 2010 and use it for various tasks and projects.


What is Excel 2010?




Excel 2010 is a spreadsheet software that allows you to store, organize, calculate and manipulate data in a tabular format. A spreadsheet consists of rows and columns that form cells. Each cell can contain data or a formula that performs calculations based on the data. You can also apply formatting, styles, colors, borders and other features to enhance the appearance and functionality of your spreadsheet. You can also create charts, graphics, tables, plans and other objects that help you visualize and present your data.


Why learn Excel 2010?




Excel 2010 is one of the most widely used spreadsheet software in the world. It is used by millions of people for various purposes, such as business, education, research, finance, accounting, engineering, science, etc. Learning Excel 2010 can help you:


  • Organize and manage your data efficiently



  • Perform calculations and analysis quickly and accurately



  • Create professional-looking reports and presentations



  • Solve problems and make decisions based on data



  • Improve your skills and productivity



  • Enhance your career prospects



How to use this guide?




This guide is divided into six chapters that cover different aspects of Excel 2010. Each chapter contains several sections that explain the concepts and operations related to that aspect. Each section also contains examples that illustrate how to apply the concepts and operations in practice. You can follow this guide step by step or skip to the chapters or sections that interest you the most. You can also use this guide as a reference or a review whenever you need help with Excel 2010.


Basic Concepts and Operations




In this chapter, you will learn the basic concepts and operations of Excel 2010. You will learn how to create and open workbooks, navigate and select cells, enter and edit data, format and resize cells, move, copy, paste and sort data, print and save workbooks.


Creating and opening workbooks




A workbook is a file that contains one or more worksheets. A worksheet is a single page of a spreadsheet that contains cells where you can enter data or formulas. To create a new workbook in Excel 2010, you can:



  • Click the File tab and select New. Then, choose a blank workbook or a template from the available options.



  • Press Ctrl+N on your keyboard.



  • Click the New button on the Quick Access Toolbar.




To open an existing workbook in Excel 2010, you can:



  • Click the File tab and select Open. Then, browse your computer or network for the workbook file that you want to open.



  • Press Ctrl+O on your keyboard.



  • Click the Open button on the Quick Access Toolbar.



  • Double-click the workbook file icon on your desktop or folder.




Navigating and selecting cells




To navigate through the cells of a worksheet, you can:



  • Use the arrow keys on your keyboard.



  • Use the scroll bars on the right and bottom edges of the worksheet window.



  • Use the Name Box on the left side of the formula bar. Type the cell address (such as A1) or name (such as Sales) that you want to go to, and press Enter.



  • Use the Go To dialog box. Press F5 on your keyboard or click the Find & Select button on the Home tab, and select Go To. Then, type or select the cell address or name that you want to go to, and click OK.




To select one or more cells of a worksheet, you can:



  • Click on a single cell with your mouse pointer.



  • Drag your mouse pointer over a range of adjacent cells.



  • Hold down Shift while using the arrow keys on your keyboard.



  • Type or select the cell range (such as A1:B10) in the Name Box, and press Enter.



  • Type or select the cell range (such as A1:B10) in the Go To dialog box, and click OK.



  • Use keyboard shortcuts such as Ctrl+A (select all cells), Ctrl+Space (select entire column), Shift+Space (select entire row), etc.




Entering and editing data




To enter data into a cell, you can:



  • Select the cell where you want to enter data, and type the data using your keyboard. Press Enter to move to the next cell in the same column, or Tab to move to the next cell in the same row.



  • Select the cell where you want to enter data, and type the data using your keyboard. Press Ctrl+Enter to enter the same data into multiple selected cells at once.



  • Select the cell where you want to enter data, and click the Formula Bar above the worksheet. Type the data using your keyboard, and press Enter or click the Enter button on the Formula Bar.



  • Select the cell where you want to enter data, and double-click on it. Type the data using your keyboard, and press Enter or click outside the cell.




To edit data in a cell, you can:



  • Select the cell that contains the data that you want to edit, and press F2 on your keyboard. Make changes using your keyboard, and press Enter or Esc when done.


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