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There are no hidden games in Microsoft Excel after Microsoft Excel 2000, so there are none in Microsoft Excel 2003.

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0There is no car game or any hidden games in Microsoft Excel 2003. Those games are only in earlier versions of Excel.

No. There have been no games in Microsoft Excel since the 2000 version.

There are no hidden games in Microsoft Excel 2010. The last version that had a hidden game was in Excel 2000. There is a game called Billiards Excel and there are Billiard 2010 games, but these have nothing to do with Microsoft Excel, or any Microsoft software.

Microsoft Excel can be used for accounting. Any thing that has maths could be used in Microsoft Excel.

Cut and past, just like any other program in mircrosoft!

You can use almost any color you want with MS Excel.

Column A is the first column in any spreadsheet, not just in Excel.

Excel can do any kind of spreadsheet, so the answer would be any kind of spreadsheet.

There are indeed many online places that offer online classes and/or courses on Microsoft Excel. One such website is sponsored by Microsoft at: www.microsoft.com Microsoft Learning Training.

None. Excel is an application that is part of Microsoft Office. Some vendors may install Offfice or Excel when they build the computer, but it is not a part of any version of Windows.

No. Microsoft Excel is not bundled with Windows XP Home (or any version of Windows). It must be purchased as part of the Microsoft Office Suite.

Microsoft Excel has a help function built into it that will search through a pre-installed FAQ to help find an answer. If you cannot find an answer there Microsoft support can answer any question you have.

Any of the Microsoft applications, like Word, Access, Powerpoint etc. can be linked to Excel. Other spreadsheet and database applications in particular can link to it.Any of the Microsoft applications, like Word, Access, Powerpoint etc. can be linked to Excel. Other spreadsheet and database applications in particular can link to it.Any of the Microsoft applications, like Word, Access, Powerpoint etc. can be linked to Excel. Other spreadsheet and database applications in particular can link to it.Any of the Microsoft applications, like Word, Access, Powerpoint etc. can be linked to Excel. Other spreadsheet and database applications in particular can link to it.Any of the Microsoft applications, like Word, Access, Powerpoint etc. can be linked to Excel. Other spreadsheet and database applications in particular can link to it.Any of the Microsoft applications, like Word, Access, Powerpoint etc. can be linked to Excel. Other spreadsheet and database applications in particular can link to it.Any of the Microsoft applications, like Word, Access, Powerpoint etc. can be linked to Excel. Other spreadsheet and database applications in particular can link to it.Any of the Microsoft applications, like Word, Access, Powerpoint etc. can be linked to Excel. Other spreadsheet and database applications in particular can link to it.Any of the Microsoft applications, like Word, Access, Powerpoint etc. can be linked to Excel. Other spreadsheet and database applications in particular can link to it.Any of the Microsoft applications, like Word, Access, Powerpoint etc. can be linked to Excel. Other spreadsheet and database applications in particular can link to it.Any of the Microsoft applications, like Word, Access, Powerpoint etc. can be linked to Excel. Other spreadsheet and database applications in particular can link to it.

Windows XP is an operating system. Microsoft Excel is an application that is part of the Microsoft Office Suite. Microsoft Office does not automatically come with any version of Windows XP or any operating system. You have to order it or buy it separately when you are getting a computer.

Excel does not come automatically with any brand of computer. You have to specifically order it and pay for it. It can run on a Sony computer, so if you are buying a Sony computer you can order Microsoft Office, which Excel is part of.

It's possible that Excel was written in C.

About three years.... Other than that, there really isn't any difference other than the layout of the menus and options...

You can use Microsoft Excel on any Windows operating system. You can also use it on a MAC using Mac OS X Snow Leopard.

Any of the little rectangles that look like cells.

Microsoft excel is a spreadsheet program developed by Microsoft corporation. There are different version of Microsoft excel with the latest being Microsoft excel 2010 which is boundled with Microsoft office 2010. Microsoft excel contains basic features of which all the spreadsheet programs have. It has worksheets which are a grid of cells. The grid of cell is arranged in rows and columns with the rows being referred to with numbers and rows with alphabetical letters. Microsoft excel has many wonderful features to offer the small business user. Excel is mosyt widely known for its spreadsheet function, though it has numerous other uses. Spreadsheets are useful to any type of small business. For example, spreadsheet can be used as an accountant's ledger or a professor's grade book. Invoices and budgets can be prepaired with excel and one might use it to balance a checkbook as well.

If you only have a version of Excel up to 2003, then you can't. Inserting new columns just pushes that last one off so you don't actually gain any columns. Up to Excel 2003 you have 256 columns, but from Excel 2007 you have 16,384 columns.If you only have a version of Excel up to 2003, then you can't. Inserting new columns just pushes that last one off so you don't actually gain any columns. Up to Excel 2003 you have 256 columns, but from Excel 2007 you have 16,384 columns.If you only have a version of Excel up to 2003, then you can't. Inserting new columns just pushes that last one off so you don't actually gain any columns. Up to Excel 2003 you have 256 columns, but from Excel 2007 you have 16,384 columns.If you only have a version of Excel up to 2003, then you can't. Inserting new columns just pushes that last one off so you don't actually gain any columns. Up to Excel 2003 you have 256 columns, but from Excel 2007 you have 16,384 columns.If you only have a version of Excel up to 2003, then you can't. Inserting new columns just pushes that last one off so you don't actually gain any columns. Up to Excel 2003 you have 256 columns, but from Excel 2007 you have 16,384 columns.If you only have a version of Excel up to 2003, then you can't. Inserting new columns just pushes that last one off so you don't actually gain any columns. Up to Excel 2003 you have 256 columns, but from Excel 2007 you have 16,384 columns.If you only have a version of Excel up to 2003, then you can't. Inserting new columns just pushes that last one off so you don't actually gain any columns. Up to Excel 2003 you have 256 columns, but from Excel 2007 you have 16,384 columns.If you only have a version of Excel up to 2003, then you can't. Inserting new columns just pushes that last one off so you don't actually gain any columns. Up to Excel 2003 you have 256 columns, but from Excel 2007 you have 16,384 columns.If you only have a version of Excel up to 2003, then you can't. Inserting new columns just pushes that last one off so you don't actually gain any columns. Up to Excel 2003 you have 256 columns, but from Excel 2007 you have 16,384 columns.If you only have a version of Excel up to 2003, then you can't. Inserting new columns just pushes that last one off so you don't actually gain any columns. Up to Excel 2003 you have 256 columns, but from Excel 2007 you have 16,384 columns.If you only have a version of Excel up to 2003, then you can't. Inserting new columns just pushes that last one off so you don't actually gain any columns. Up to Excel 2003 you have 256 columns, but from Excel 2007 you have 16,384 columns.

None do. They do not come automatically with any computer. If you want any Microsoft Office products, then you have to ask for them and pay for them.

When you want to create any kind of spreadsheet, or do any type of numerical analysis and manipulation.

Yes, I did that. Just ensure you dont remove any required file while uninstalling Microsoft Excel 2003. Like, when you start uninstalling system will prompt you if you want to keep/remove certain files on your computer. Choose not to remove, if there is dependancy than it will leave your ms office 2007 unfunctional.

There are numerous online Excel courses that you can take from LA. Microsoft offers a number of Excel courses available for free on their website.

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