Getting started with Excel
Microsoft Office Excel Help and How-To page
Pick your version, and find lots of tutorials on the topics you are interested in.
Excel 2003 --> 2007 translator
This tool shows you the Excel 2003 window, and provides "how to find this command in 2007" tips. You might also find this helpful going from 2008 or earlier on a Mac to 2011.
ExcelTips Daily Nugget
Microsoft Excel is a spreadsheet program. While you can use it for tables and calendars, it is primarily used to track data and perform calulations: inventories, raw data, financial transactions and records. It can even be used to build simple databases.
The prospect of using Excel can be intimidating, mainly because many of us have some degree of anxiety about mathematics. This guide explains Microsoft Excel in four stages: Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced, and Expert. Each stage has several modules, so you can learn in easy steps, or easily find the topic you need. The stages have been organized based on likely need for SBC-Jax students and don't necessarily correspond to the levels as defined by Microsoft. Feel free to skip around and explore.
This guide is intended to help you learn and become comfortable with Microsoft Excel 2010 on the PC. Older versions or Mac versions of Excel may work in a similar way, but the steps might be different or certain features might be missing.
Microsoft recently released version 2013 of Microsoft Office suite; training will be announced shortly before we upgrade.
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