Microsoft® Excel Version 2002 Plain & Simple

Microsoft® Excel Version 2002 Plain & Simple
Published:November 28, 2001Language:English
Author:Curtis Frye and the epic software group, inc.Technology:Microsoft Excel 2002
Length:256 PagesISBN 13:9780735614512

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About The BookYour fast-answers, no-jargon guide to Excel 2002!

Get the fast facts that make learning Excel 2002 plain and simple!HERE’S WHAT YOU’LL LEARN:
  • Find the simplest ways to get stuff done in Microsoft® Excel
  • Customize your spreadsheet: format, formulas, functions
  • Add charts, graphics, and PivotTables® to bring data alive
  • Embed a spreadsheet into a Web page
  • Use Excel with other Microsoft Office programsHERE’S HOW YOU’LL LEARN IT:
  • NUMBERED STEPS show exactly what to do
  • Color SCREEN SHOTS keep you on track
  • Handy TIPS teach easy techniques and shortcuts
  • Quick TRY THIS! exercises put your learning to work
  • CAUTION notes help keep you out of trouble
  • About Curtis Frye and the epic software group, inc.Curtis Frye
    Curtis Frye is a freelance writer living in Portland, Oregon. This is his fourth book for Microsoft Press. Previously, he wrote Microsoft Excel Version 2002 Step by Step, Microsoft Access Version 2002 Plain & Simple, and co-authored Microsoft Office XP Step by Step. He is also the author of five other books (most notably Privacy-Enhanced Business from Quorum Books), three online courses for DigitalThink, and is the editor and chief reviewer of “Technology & Society Book Reviews.” When he is not writing, and often when he is writing, he is a professional improvisational comedian with Portland’s ComedySportz group.

    epic software group, inc.
    For the past eleven years, the artists, animators, and programmers at the epic software group, inc., have been helping their clients use the power of the computer to tell their stories in ways that are not possible with traditional media. epic creates applications such as multimedia presentations, electronic catalogs, computer-based training, interactive brochures, and touch screen kiosks. Their work is distributed on CD-ROM, disk, and the Internet.

    In 1997, the epic software group entered the world of publishing when the company was chosen to create over one hundred 3-D illustrations for the “Happy and Max” series of children’s books. In 2000, epic authored Macromedia Flash 5 – From Concept to Creation, followed by Macromedia Director Game Development – From Concept to Creation. Book projects currently in the works by the epic software group are titles on Flash 6, Director Shockwave 8.5, and LightWave 3D.
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