Part I


Excel, which is a part of Microsoft Office, is a spreadsheet program. This computer program has been developed over many years, and is today the market leader of spreadsheet programs.

This book uses Excel 2010, which includes some changes compared to Excel 2007. The 2010 version is available in a 64-bit version which offers increased capacity and makes it easier to work with large and complex spreadsheets. The ribbon in Excel 2010 includes some new tools, the most important being the File button which opens the backstage view.

Part I is an introduction to Excel with demonstrations spanning from basic methods to more advanced applications. Tips showing how to work more effectively and how to build functional models are also included. ...

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