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Microsoft Office Excel 2007 for Windows: Visual QuickStart Guide

Before I write the article, I will create an outline of the main points and subpoints that I will cover. Here is the outline: # Microsoft Office Excel 2007: Introductory Concepts and Techniques (Shelly Cashman Series) ## Introduction - What is Excel 2007 and what can it do? - Who are the authors of the book and what is their background? - What are the main features of the book and how is it organized? ## Chapter 1: Creating a Worksheet and an Embedded Chart - How to start Excel 2007 and explore the user interface - How to enter and edit data in a worksheet - How to format cells and ranges - How to save and print a workbook - How to create and modify a chart ## Chapter 2: Formulas, Functions, Formatting, and Web Queries - How to use formulas and functions to perform calculations - How to use relative, absolute, and mixed cell references - How to format numbers, dates, and text - How to use web queries to import data from the Internet ## Chapter 3: What-If Analysis, Charting, and Working with Large Worksheets - How to use what-if analysis tools such as Goal Seek and Scenario Manager - How to create different types of charts such as pie, line, column, and bar charts - How to work with large worksheets using freeze panes, split windows, and zoom - How to use headers, footers, page breaks, and print titles ## Chapter 4: Financial Functions, Data Tables, Amortization Schedules, and Hyperlinks - How to use financial functions such as PMT, FV, PV, RATE, and NPER - How to create data tables to analyze different scenarios - How to create amortization schedules for loans and investments - How to insert and edit hyperlinks ## Chapter 5: Creating, Sorting, and Querying a Table - How to create a table from a range of data - How to apply table styles and format table elements - How to sort and filter data in a table - How to use structured references in formulas - How to create a query to extract data from a table ## Chapter 6: Working with Multiple Worksheets and Workbooks - How to rename, move, copy, delete, and insert worksheets - How to group and ungroup worksheets - How to create formulas that reference other worksheets or workbooks - How to consolidate data from multiple sources - How to link and embed objects ## Chapter 7: Using Advanced Functions, Conditional Formatting, and Filtering - How to use advanced functions such as IF, AND, OR, NOT, COUNTIF, SUMIF, AVERAGEIF, VLOOKUP, HLOOKUP, MATCH, and INDEX - How to apply conditional formatting using rules and data bars - How to use advanced filtering techniques such as custom filters and criteria ranges ## Chapter 8: Creating Charts with Trendlines, Sparklines, and PivotTables - How to add trendlines, sparklines, and error bars to charts - How to customize chart elements such as titles, legends, axes, and labels - How to create PivotTables from tables or external data sources - How to manipulate PivotTable fields, items, and values - How to create PivotCharts from PivotTables ## Chapter 9: Importing Data, Using XML, and Working with External Data - How to import data from text files, CSV files, and databases - How to export data as text files or XML files - What is XML and how does it work with Excel - How to create XML maps and schemas - How to refresh external data connections ## Chapter 10: Using Macros, Visual Basic for Applications (VBA), and Add-ins - What are macros and how can they automate tasks - How to record, run, edit, and delete macros - What is VBA and how does it work with Excel - How to use the Visual Basic Editor (VBE) to write VBA code - What are add-ins and how can they extend Excel functionality ## Conclusion - Summarize the main points and benefits of the book - Provide some tips and resources for further learning - Encourage the reader to try out the book and Excel 2007 ## FAQs - Q: What are the system requirements for Excel 2007? - A: You need a computer with Windows XP SP2 or later, 500 MHz processor or higher, 256 MB RAM or higher, 1.5 GB hard disk space, and a monitor with 1024 x 768 resolution or higher. - Q: How can I get help and support for Excel 2007? - A: You can use the built-in Help feature, which provides access to online and offline help topics, tutorials, and videos. You can also visit the Microsoft Office website, which offers articles, forums, blogs, and downloads. - Q: How can I customize Excel 2007 to suit my preferences and needs? - A: You can use the Excel Options dialog box, which allows you to change various settings such as the default workbook, calculation mode, proofing options, and add-ins. You can also use the Quick Access Toolbar and the Ribbon, which let you access your favorite commands and features. - Q: How can I protect my Excel 2007 files and data? - A: You can use the Save As dialog box, which allows you to apply passwords, encryption, and digital signatures to your files. You can also use the Protect Workbook and Protect Sheet commands, which let you restrict access and editing of your workbooks and worksheets. - Q: How can I share my Excel 2007 files and data with others? - A: You can use the Save As dialog box, which allows you to save your files in different formats such as PDF, XPS, HTML, CSV, and XML. You can also use the Share Workbook command, which lets you collaborate with others on a network or online. You can also use the Email command, which lets you send your files as attachments or links.

Microsoft Office Excel 2007: Introductory Concepts and Techniques (Shelly Cashman Series)



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