Introduces the features of the Windows graphic interface program, the Word word processing program, and the Excel spreadsheet program, and offers advice on macros and short cutsFigure 32-1: Excela#39;s five basic worksheet formulas: Add, Subtract, Multiply, Divide and Exponent. ... You can produce the same answer to this problem by entering each value into a different cell, say cells B5 through B8, then creating ananbsp;...
|Title||:||Windows, Word & Excel office companion|
|Author||:||Patrick J. Burns|
|Publisher||:||Ventana Pr - 1994-01|