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Microsoft Excel 2010: An Overview . ... Excel 2010: A Closer Look . ..... Excel 2010 makes it possible to analyze, manage, and share information in more ways ... Microsoft Excel 2010: An Overview Microsoft® Excel® 2010 delivers rich, new and enhanced features to the world’s most popular productivity suite. Excel 2010 makes it possible to analyze, manage, and share information in more ways than ever before, helping you make better, smarter decisions. With new data analysis and visualization tools, along with managed self-service business intelligence technologies, you can create effective business or information insights that track and highlight important data trends and communicate your results through high-quality charts and graphs. You can also easily share your insights with others through Microsoft SharePoint® 2010 or your Windows Live™ account. Work better together by working simultaneously with others online and accomplish your most important tasks faster. Your information is never far away as you can access your files from almost anywhere—from your PC, a Web browser, or smartphone.1 With Excel 2010 you can work when and where you want. Whether you’re producing financial reports, managing personal expenses, collaborating with a team on school or work projects—even if your workbooks exceed a million rows—Excel 2010 makes it easier to get what you need done more quickly, with more flexibility, and with better results. Welcome to Excel 2010—our most powerful and intuitive version yet.
Apr 19, 2011 ... Excel 2010 information. ❖ Available Columns: A through XFD – 16,384 columns. ❖ Available Rows: 1 through 1,048,576. ❖ There are over 17 ... Microsoft Excel 2010 Training Microsoft Excel 101 Instructor: Debbie Minnerly Course goals Find popular commands quickly on the ribbon. Learn how to use the File menu (Microsoft Office Backstage view). Learn essential tasks such as opening existing workbooks, creating new workbooks, setting up a spreadsheet, formatting, saving, and printing. Excel 2010 Ribbon File – managing files Home – common tools Insert – insert objects Page Layout – printing Formulas – functions in categories Data – working with data Review – spelling, protecting, sharing View – how Excel appears on screen (does not affect printing) 4/19/2011 Microsoft Excel 101 4 Excel 2010 information Available Columns: A through XFD – 16,384 columns Available Rows: 1 through 1,048,576 There are over 17 billion cells in each worksheet!!!! A cell is the intersection of a column letter and a row number. The cell address can be found in the Name Box just above column A.
To verify how the printout will look, go under File, Print to preview it. For wide worksheets, you may want to print the information in landscape orientation (11" x 8.5") rather than portrait orientation (8.5" x 11"). The Page Setup dialog box lets you modify various document properties, such as footers and headers, page alignment, and more. Printing the Active Worksheet Excel lets you print the active sheet in your workbook without having to print the rest of the workbook. Unless you select multiple worksheets, the active worksheet is the visible worksheet. As explained below, however, it is possible to activate specific multiple worksheets for printing. 1. To activate the worksheet you want printed, click the tab of that worksheet.The worksheet is active. 2. OPTIONAL: To make more than one worksheet active a. Click the tab of the first sheet you want to activate. The worksheet is active. b. To activate sheets adjacent to the first one you selected, press [Shift] while you click the tab of the last sheet you want selected. All sheets between the first and last tabs selected are active. To activate sheets that are not adjacent to the first one you selected, press [Ctrl] while you click the tabs of all sheets you want selected All selected sheets are active. 3. In the top left corner of the Excel window, click FILE, select Print. The Print details appear. 4. In the Print what section, select Active sheet. 5. Click Print. The active worksheet is printed.
Imagine examining hundreds of rows of raw data in Excel in an attempt to find a pattern or trend. Thankfully one of the tools we can use in Excel to make this task simpler is Conditional Formatting. Just another way Excel makes your data display, other than a chart. The Conditional Formatting features are color scales, icon sets and data bars to name a few. When to Use Excel’s Conditional Formatting: If you want to be informed in real time Answer questions visually Analyze data: find exceptions, find relationships, find trends, etc Enhance data presentations You can choose from inbuilt Conditional Formatting rules like: Top 10 or Bottom 10 using percentages, average or item Greater than, less than or equal to Text that contains a specific word or phrase A date occurring And even identify duplicate values Or you can insert a formula and create a custom conditional format. Color coding can be simple like font color, font style and cell fill, or more elaborate with icons, color scales or data bars. 1 Conditional Formatting Examples How to Apply Conditional Formatting: Select the range of cells you want formatted. From the Home tab go to the Styles group and select Conditional Formatting. The menu will appear with your formatting options. When you choose one of the options a cascading menu will appear. 2 Depending on which option you choose you will be prompted to make more selections. Note: You can specify a custom format or use one of the default formats. You can choose to format the cell fill, font style, color, size, bold, italic, underline and more. Remove Conditional Formatting Rules: Click the Conditional Formatting command. Select Clear Rules. A cascading menu appears. Choose to clear rules from the entire worksheet or the selected cells.
Documented by. Vincent J. Yanusauskas. Computer Training Coordinator. INTRODUCTION TO MICROSOFT EXCEL 2010. Creating a Basic Spreadsheet ... If you have been using Office 2007, then you are already aware that the Ribbon interface replaced the familiar menus and toolbars with Tabs, Groups, and Commands. Although Excel 2010 retains the same interface it offers: (1) a new Backstage view to manage your documents, (2) the ability to customize the Ribbon with custom Tabs and Groups, (3) an Info tab that displays different commands, properties, and metadata depending on the status and location of the document, and (4) quick access to Recent Workbooks and Recent Places. Backstage View The Backstage view is the place where you manage your Excel workbooks and the related data about them. Click on the File tab to create, save, and send workbooks; inspect workbooks for hidden metadata or personal information. From this view you can access the most recent documents and folders that were opened, set print options, and preview a spreadsheet before printing. Quick access to Recent Workbooks and Recent Places Prior versions of Microsoft Office displayed a set number of the most recent documents accessed as so does Office 2010. The newest version also includes “Recent Places,” shortcuts to folders that you may have accessed within Royal Drive, My Documents, etc. These new and revised navigation shortcuts provide faster retrieval to any file or folder used continually by allowing the user to pin shortcuts to the Recent Screen. How to: 1. Click on the tab File and then Recent. 2. Click on the push pin next to any Recent Documents or Recent Places to pin the desired documents or places to the window. Click the push pin again to remove them from the window.
Enabling MACRO in Excel 2010. 1. Launch Excel and start on a new worksheet. 2. Click File on the menu bar in the upper left hand corner. 3. Select Options ... Enabling MACRO in Excel 2010 1. Launch Excel and start on a new worksheet. 2. Click File on the menu bar in the upper left hand corner. 3. Select Options from the left hand menu. 4. Select Trust Center from the left hand menu. 5. Click on the Trust Center Settings button located on the middle right side of the page. 6. 7. 8. 9. Select Macro Settings on the left hand navigation menu. Select Disable all macros with notification from the Macro Settings list. Click the OK button to apply the change and exit the menu. Exit the menu and get back to the blank worksheet. 10. Open the Fleet Calculator. 11. In the Security Warning bar, click the Enable Content button. 12. In the Security Options dialog box, click the Yes button. Enabling MACRO in Excel 2007 1. Launch Excel and start on a new worksheet. 2. Click the Microsoft Logo on the upper left hand corner. 3. Click the Excel Options button at the bottom of the drop down menu.
Creating an Invoice Template in Microsoft Excel 2010 1. Click the Start button located on the Windows taskbar. (Bottom, left-hand corner of your computer’s desktop or “home” screen) 2. Scroll down to find Microsoft Office Excel 2010 & click to open the program. (The program is located within the Microsoft Office folder) 3. Your screen should resemble Figure 1.1. Now click the File button (highlighted in green, located in the top, left-hand corner of your screen). 4. From the displayed menu on the lefthand side, select New. 5. Check to make sure your screen resembles figure 1.2. Under Office.Com Templates, look for and select Invoices. (Your computer will perform a brief search at Office.Com for a list of available invoice templates) 6. In this tutorial we will be using a Sales Invoice template. Click on the Sales invoices Folder. (Your computer will perform another brief search at Office.Com) 7. Once the new window opens, select Invoice with Tax Calculation. Refer to Figure 1.3. Click the Download button located at the bottom, right-hand side of your screen.
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Quick Start Guide Thank you for choosing the WAP2000 Wireless-G Access Point with Power Over Ethernet. The access point features RangeBooster technology that is compatible with standard 802.11g but with a range up to two times further and throughput up to 35 percent faster. Unlike ordinary wireless technologies that are hampered by wireless signals that reflect off walls, ceilings, and other objects, RangeBooster uses these multiple signals with two smart receivers at each end (router or access point and client adapter) to boost range and throughput speeds. As a result, a RangeBooster solution reduces or eliminates wireless signal dead spots in offices and other buildings so users can connect to the network in more areas. 2 Getting to Know the WAP2000 This section describes the external features of the WAP2000. Front Panel RESET Button—There are two ways to reset the access point to the factory default configuration. Either press the Reset button for more than ten seconds or restore the defaults using the web-based utility of the access point. If you press the Reset button for less than ten seconds, the access point will simply reboot. ETHERNET Port—Connects to Ethernet network devices, such as a switch or router. The access point can be powered using Power over Ethernet. POWER Port—Connects the access point to power using the supplied power adapter. Use this option if your switch or router doesn’t support Power over Ethernet. Wall Mounting The WAP2000 can be mounted either vertically or horizontally. STEP 1 Determine where you want to mount the access point and install two screws (not supplied) into the wall for either vertical or horizontal placement. For horizontal placement, orient the access point as shown: 5-7/8˝ Side Panel This guide describes how to physically install your WAP2000 and how to set up a basic configuration by using the configuration utility. Before You Begin Before you begin the installation, make sure that you have the following equipment and services: Cisco Small Business • Tools for installing the hardware WAP2000 Wireless-G Access Point with Power Over Ethernet • Category 5e Ethernet cable Package Contents • A Cisco Small Business Power over Ethernet (PoE) switch or a switch and a 802.3af compliant power injector • Wireless-G Access Point with Power Over Ethernet • Detachable Dipole Antennas (2) • PC with Microsoft Internet Explorer (6.0 or later) or Mozilla Firefox for using the web-based system management tools POWER—(Green) Lights up when the access point is powered on. PoE—(Green) Lights up when the access point is powered through an Ethernet cable. WIRELESS—(Green) Lights up when the wireless module is active on the access point. The LED flashes when the access point is actively sending or receiving data from a wireless device.
Cisco SRP500 Series Services Ready Platforms (SRP520 Models) Package Contents • Cisco SRP500 Series Services Ready Platform • RJ-45 Ethernet Cable • RJ-11 Telephone Cable • Power Clip and Adapter • Quick Start Guide • Product CD Welcome Thank you for choosing Cisco SRP500 Series Services Ready Platforms. This guide describes how to physically install the SRP and how to use the Setup Wizard to configure it. 1 Before You Begin Before you begin the installation, make sure that you have the following: For Hardware Installation • An active Internet connection. • (Optional) Analog phone line. • (Optional) Telephone handset, fax machine, or PBX line for connecting to the voice ports. • Cables – RJ-45 Ethernet cables (Category 5 or higher) for connecting computers, WAN and LAN interfaces, phones, or other devices. – RJ-11 telephone cable for analog line (FXO) and phone (FXS) connections. – ADSL splitter, if required by your Service Provider. • (Optional) Mobile Broadband USB Modem. For Software Installation: • A computer running: – – 2 Microsoft Internet Explorer 7.0 (or later), or Mozilla Firefox 3.6. Adobe Flash Player with add-on version 10.0.0 or later (needed to to configure your SRP). Cisco SRP500 Services Ready Platforms Quick Start Guide (SRP520 Models) Default Settings Use these default settings when configuring your SRP with the Setup Wizard. See Getting Started with the Configuration, page 11. Parameter Value Device IP 192.168.15.1 Username cisco Password cisco DHCP Range 192.168.15.100 to 149 To configure advanced features (such as wireless, network, and voice settings), log in by using the Administrator account. For more information, see the Cisco SRP500 Series Services Ready Platforms Administration Guide (SRP520 Models) at: www.cisco.com/go/srp500. NOTE If you obtained your SRP from your Service Provider, you might not have access to the Administrator account. Contact your Service Provider for more information. 2 Getting to Know the Cisco SRP500 Series Services Ready Platforms This section lists the available model numbers to help you become familiar with your SRP, and shows the front panel, back panel, side view, and top the unit. NOTE To get started with the installation right away, see Installing the SRP500 Services Ready Platforms, page 8. Cisco SRP500 Services Ready Platforms Quick Start Guide (SRP520 Models)