Microsoft Excel is the spreadsheet program of choice for both home users and serious business workers. With it, you can create anything from a simple chart to an advanced worksheet with graphics and links. New features of Excel 2001 include the List Manager, which anticipates the intent to create a list and automatically offers to convert the cells into a manageable, sortable list. In addition, an updated Calculator function makes it easier for new users to create formulas. The fast-paced and easy-to-read Excel 2001 for Macintosh: Visual QuickStart Guide helps new users get up-to-speed quickly on all of Excel's new and improved features, while additional tips throughout the book make this an excellent reference to the versatility and power of this program.
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Microsoft Excel, bless its waffle-esque visage, is where lots of office work--a surprisingly large percentage of it having nothing to do with calculation--takes place. If you're not up to speed with cellular technology--in the sense of spreadsheet cells--have a look at Excel 2001 for Macintosh: Visual QuickStart Guide. By applying the extraordinarily helpful format of this series to the problem of teaching remedial Excel, Maria Langer provides an educational experience that isn't too simplistic, boring, or information-heavy.
The key feature of this book is its close integration of visuals--pictures of the Excel interface, mainly--with text. There are also lots of labels that point out what's going in small areas of the interface. For example, arrows explain how the formula in one cell refers to values stored in other cells. It seems like an obvious way to explain this information, but most publishers--perhaps because it requires more layout and design work--stay away from it. Combined with the excellent text explanations of concepts and the well-thought-out procedures that fill about half of each page, the creative layout works very well. --David Wall
Topics covered: Microsoft Excel 2000 for Mac OS, explained for beginners. All mechanics of Excel use are covered, including calculations (with and without functions), formatting, charts, embedded graphics, and interface customization.About the Author:
Maria Langer is the author of dozens of computer books, including best-selling Visual QuickStart Guides on the Mac OS, Word, and Excel. A columnist for Mac Today magazine and FileMaker Pro Advisor, she also writes for Mac Addict and other publications. Visit her on the Web at www.marialanger.com
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