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How to Use Excel 2003 is a Series of Excel Tutorials designed with the absolute beginner in mind. These tutorials will show you how to use Excel 2003 to produce a complete spreadsheet.
The main parts of the Microsoft Excel 2003 screen are covered in this article. Components include the Office button, ribbons, active cell, name box, column letter, row number, formula bar and sheet tabs.
The tutorial, as the name suggests, shows you how to create a basic spreadsheet in Excel 2003. Topics covered include entering data, creating simple formulas, and formatting a worksheet.
You can use an Excel 2003 formula for basic number crunching, such as addition or subtraction, as well as more complex calculations such as payroll deductions or averaging a student's test results.
These tutorials specifically cover how to carry out basic math operations in Microsoft Excel. If you want to know how to add, subtract, multiply, or divide numbers in Excel, these tutorials will show you how.
Dates are an important part of many spreadsheets. This tutorial shows you how to quickly add the current date to a worksheet using a keyboard shortcut.
This tutorial how to create and format a pie chart using many of the common features available in Excel 2003. Included is a step by step example.
This tutorial covers creating a column chart or bar graph in Microsoft Excel 2003. Included is a step by step example of creating a column chart.
It’s a rare occasion when a spreadsheet doesn’t need a change of layout before it is finished. When this happens in Excel, with a click of the mouse you can easily add that extra column or delete those unwanted rows.
Widening columns in Excel is one of the most commonly performed operations. This article will show you how to carry out this task easily.
This tutorial covers a variety of formatting options that will help improve the look of your Excel 2003 spreadsheets and make them easier to read.
Excel 2003 has five locations in the program that contain print-related options. This tutorial looks at each of these locations and explains the options available and how they work.
Through live screencasts, experts will show you how you can use a variety of features in Excel 2003. A full transcript is provided so you can follow the training videos on your own.