This book is written for those who are not familiar with computers, computer terminology or other spreadsheets. It is designed so that the user can start to use Quattro Pro immediately without having to wade through a 700 page manual of details and technical information. The book is written in scenario style, bringing in the different elements of the program as you would normally seek to use them. The first four chapters offer a step-by-step approach, in plain English, that introduces you to Quattro Pro's capabilities quickly and easily. Later chapters discuss ways to edit entries, manipulate data, and handle blocks of data elegantly and easily-as well as how to graph and print data and use them in a database.For example, the scissors icon on the far left of the SpeedBar stands for the Cut command. ... Next you can move the mouse pointer to a different position on the spreadsheet page, or to a different page, and paste the cell contents (see below).
|Title||:||The ABC's of Quattro Pro for Windows|
|Author||:||Alan Simpson, Douglas J. Wolf|
|Publisher||:||iUniverse - 1998-12-01|