Excel 2010 For Dummies (Quick Reference) : Want to spend more time on your projects and less time trying to figure out Excel? This handy, portable guide gives you the facts in an easy-to-use format. Two Excel gurus bring you quickly up to speed on the 2010 version and then lay out the stuff you need to know: how to compare workbooks, manage worksheets, enter dates, work with formulas and functions, and much more. Learn to use the slicer report filter for PivotTables, in-cell charts (called Sparklines), table and PivotTable search filters, interactive PivotChart filters, and PivotTable custom calculations. Share workbooks, protect them from unauthorized use, or compare two side-by-side. Use relative, absolute, and mixed references, and convert formulas to values. Edit cell contents, copy cells and ranges, and enter dates, formulas, text, and values. Chart your progress - choose a chart, modify its axis, create and add elements, and add context to numbers. Use tables, PivotTables, and PivotCharts effectively.
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