Easy Microsoft Excel 2010 (UK Edition)

Series
Que
Author
Michael Alexander  
Publisher
QUE Publishing
Cover
Softcover
Edition
1
Language
English
Total pages
360
Pub.-date
June 2010
ISBN13
9780789743756
ISBN
0789743752


Product detail

Product Price CHF Available  
9780789743756
Easy Microsoft Excel 2010 (UK Edition)
25.00 approx. 7-9 days

Description

The easy, visual, full-color guide to Excel 2010: simply the

friendliest introduction for every beginner!

° 100+ hands-on, step-by-step tasks show novices and inexperienced upgraders the

easiest, fastest, most direct way to accomplish common tasks

° Written by an experienced Microsoft Excel trainer and author

° Fully revamped for Excel 2010's most powerful new tools and features

° Large typeface improves readability and appeals to senior readers ignored by most

computer books

Summary

This year, millions of beginner-to-intermediate-level users will be searching for

the easiest possible way to master Excel 2010's new features - and, with Easy

Microsoft Excel 2010 , they'll find exactly what they're looking for. This

fullcolor,

utterly simple, step-by-step book has been carefully crafted to provide

instant access to the 100+ tasks they'll find most useful and valuable. As with

all books in the Easy series, it's designed to teach visually: readers never have to

work their way through lengthy text explanations. Its large typeface makes it

even more accessible to all readers - especially senior readers whose needs are

disregarded by most computer books.

Written by an experienced Microsoft Excel trainer and author, Easy Microsoft

Excel 2010 walks readers through the easiest, fastest, most direct procedures

for getting the results they're looking for.Coverage includes: getting started fast;

managing, viewing, and editing workbooks; formatting data; using formulas,

functions, charts, and graphics; analyzing data; printing; and even advanced

techniques. Along the way, readers will learn how to make the most of many of

Excel 2010's most powerful innovations, such as Sparklines and the Excel Web

App