Welcome to Excel 2013 and 2010 for SENIORS (also suitable for Excel 2016)
Studio Visual Steps
ISBN: 978 90 5905 180 5
Book type: Paperback, full color
Number of pages: 344
Table of contents - PDF file
Sample chapter - PDF file
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Learn step by step how to work with Microsoft Excel
Microsoft’s well-known spreadsheet program Excel is user-friendly and offers a wide range of features and built-in functions for many different uses. The book Excel 2013 and 2010 for SENIORS (also suitable for Excel 2016) will teach you how to perform such tasks as entering data and formulas, formatting cells, designing charts and graphics, creating address lists, sorting, and filtering. This book also demonstrates how to make a cash book and explores other topics such as creating estimates, budgets, pivot tables and mailings. With thorough explanations and step-by-step instructions, this book makes every task discussed easy to perform.
Please note: In order to work with this book, you need to own Excel 2016, 2013 or 2010 and have it already installed on your computer or have a subscription to Office 365, the online version.
Learn how to:
- Enter data and formulas
- Format cells, use charts and graphics
- Create estimates and budgets
- Create an address list, sort and filter
- Create a cash book
- Calculate with dates and times
- Use pivot tables and mailings
Microsoft Excel 2016, 2013 and Excel 2010
Windows 10, 8.1, 7 and Vista
For version 2016: a supplemental file with the small differences between the version will be placed on the News-page soon.
Basic computer skills
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What readers are saying about Excel 2013 and 2010 for SENIORS (also suitable for Excel 2016)
I am half way through the book and really finding it great. Awesome, thank you. I tried lots of other titles on Excel but they were very confusing. I went out and bought your Word book also and learnt heaps even though I have used a computer for twenty odd years. Many thanks.
- Mary from New Zealand 2016
Excel 2013 and 2010 for SENIORS (also suitable for Excel 2016) is written using the acclaimed Visual Steps method. This method features the following:
- Content - the special needs and requirements of the beginning user with little or no technical background have been taken into account.
- Structure - self-paced, learn as you go. Proceed step by step with easy to follow instructions. What's more, the chapters are organized in such a way that you can skip a chapter or repeat another as desired.
- Illustrations - plentiful use of
screen illustrations to show you if you are on the right track.
- Layout - large sized book and large
print make it easy to read.
The Studio Visual Steps Authors
The Studio Visual Steps team of authors consists of different professionals, all thoroughly experienced in their subject field.