.xls = Workbook
.xla = VBA Add-in
.xlb = Toolbar (where custom toolbar settings are stored)
.xlc = Chart
.xld = Dialog (from older versions of Excel)
.xlk = Archive (Excel spreadsheet backup)
.xll = DLL Add-in
.xlm = Macro
.xlt = Template
.xlv = VBA Module
.xlw = Workspace (collection of multiple Workbooks)
.xlsx = Workbook (XML format)
.xlsm = Macro-enabled Workbook
.xlsb = Excel Binary Workbook (instead of XML format)
.xltm = Macre-enabled Template
.xlam = Add-in (XML format)
You want to insert an OBJECT (select from file), then select PDF from the choices of what to insert. That is:
Insert>>Object>>Select "Adobe Acrobat Document">> OK
If you wanna convert PDF to Excel, then you'd better use enolsoft PDF to Excel with OCR converter.
There are many uses for Excel. If you have novel ways to use Excel, please add your ideas here or on the discussion page.
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Track daily meals to find out how many calories you consume each day, week, month, year, etc. You can sort the data to see if there are any days of the week where you consume more or less calories compared to other days.
It can be used to manipulate dates and text. It has some graphical capabilities, as you can craw things in it. You can use it to make flowcharts and structured diagrams. It can be good for creating structured forms for printing out. It can be used for databasing. It has a lot of other uses that you can come up with once you start using it.
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Microsoft Excel is a spreadsheet program. A Spreadsheet is a computer application used for numerical analysis and manipulation. A Spreadsheet is split into Columns and Rows based on an accountant's worksheet.
Columns are referenced by letters.
Rows are referenced by numbers.
Where a Column and a Row intersect a Cell is formed.
A Cell is referenced by its Column letter and Row Number (e.g. A12 = Column A; Row 12).
A Range or Block is a rectangular group of cells referenced by the top left and bottom right cells.
A Spreadsheet has thousands of columns and thousands of rows and therefore millions of cells.
One of the most powerful features of a spreadsheet is the ability to use formulas for calculations. Formulas should always be used in preference to manually working out results of calculations. All formulas in Excel begin with the = sign.
Functions are pre-written formulas that come supplied with the Spreadsheet to enable the user to carry out specialised or common tasks. There are functions to do a wide range of tasks. The functions are usually classified under various headings, including Mathematical, Logical, Special, Text, Date/Time, Financial, Statistical and Database Functions. You can do things related to all of these areas, and almost anything that is related to numbers and calculations.
You can make simple spreadsheets, make databases, use it for accountancy, for stock control and a whole range of other things. Businesses use them for doing planning and evaluation in relation to things like their sales and how their business has been doing and how they expect it to do. You can also use it for creating graphs or diagrams. You can use it for creating structured forms. In short, a spreadsheet is one of the most useful of all applications, enabling you to do a wide range of things.
A spreadsheet is a collection of rows and columns, which are used to organize data in such a way that the arithmetic operation can be carried out on whole rows of columns extremely quickly.
Whether you just want to add up rows/columns of numbers or do advanced calculations.
eg: if column 1 total is subtracted from column 6 total, what is the answer? or
if this particular information is a percentage of that information, what percentage is the remaining information in relation to column X.
Many and varied calculations can be done in relation to any information.
You can create spreadsheets or tables.
For example when you need to do your accounting, tax returns or so.
Microsoft Excel is used to make spreadsheets, do calculations, make graphs, and make tables.
Exel is a spreadsheet program that enables you to enter formulas and data into the cells in order to organize information.
you can make charts,diagrams,various mathematical calculations,convert money,measurements,text document connect to database,insert content from web pages and many,many more
1) Perform repetative and complex mathematics
2) Connect to a database to get snapshots of data
3) Create dynamic graphs on data quickly and easily
4) Sort and filter large volumes of information quickly
5) Validate user input; allowing them to use dropdown boxes and enforcing rules on the data
It is because it is a electronic spreadsheet program. A spreadsheet in the traditional sense is a piece of paper with rows and columns that people use to write figures on and do calculations. In 1978 a business student named Dan Bricklin, thought that there should be a simpler way of doing them than on paper, as they were slow and tedious to use, especially when changes in the figures needed to be made. He got together with Bob Frankston who was a friend and a programmer. They created VisiCalc, the first electronic spreadsheet program. Many other spreadsheet programs were created by other people after that and Microsoft Excel is one of those.
Try this formula: =NOW()
If you don't want the time, the formula is
It's called an X-Y scatter plot. The procedure is different depending on which version you have. Basically, you highlight all of the cells containing, the data; click on 'Insert' then click the icon that looks like a 'dot plot' and it should have the word 'scatter' underneath it.
it means vertical allignment, document is more heigh then wide
Enter one set of numbers in a column and another set of numbers in a row at the top of that column, so that the numbers you want to multiply intersect at a column and row.
In A2 enter 2.
In B1 enter 3.
In B2 enter =A2*B1 (observe the answer 6)
TIP: If you want to be able to enter the formula only in the first intersecting cell of the row, then copy the formula to all the rest of the cells in the row, use the formula =$A$2*B1. That will make A2 and absolute reference that will not change as you copy the formula to other cells in the row, but will automatically update B1 to C1, D1, etc.
workbook files, also called spreadsheets
Data is more commonly arranged in such a way that a VLookup is better able to extract the data. The same kinds of data are generally arranged to be grouped in columns and that is what VLookup is best for searching through. It searches through data vertically, or in other words through columns.
It will bring you to the start of a document.
It erases what is inside the cell.
If you want to print just a part of a spreadsheet and not the whole lot of it, you can select the part you want to print and set the Print Area. It is a very useful feature if you only want to print an important part from what is a large spreadsheet, like some totals or some columns. When you have finished, you can use the setting to clear the print area which will set the setting back to normal and do a full print of the spreadsheet.
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Microsoft Word measures fonts in points. A common example would be something like 10 or 12 point Arial or Times New Roman. Excel is similar.
You can do that with table, Insert - Table. Table can have visible or invisible borders, Design tab (appears when you insert or draw table) Table Styles section - Borders.
Under the Home tab in 2007/2010 Excel you have Number. Clicking on the lower right selector arrow under that shows the various ways:
Number (decimal places and + and - numbers)
Currency (Including symbols besides US currency, decimal places and + and - notation style)
Date (various forms)
Time (How you want it notated and 12 or 24 hour clock)
Special and Custom
To convert from decimal to octal, use the function DEC2OCT.
EXAMPLE: =DEC2OCT(58, 3) Converts decimal 58 to octal (072).
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Since Office 2007 it is located in the top left corner of the page in the Quick Access toolbar. You can also use the Ctrl - Z shortcut key to undo things.
Teachers can use many different spreadsheet programs. Microsoft Excel is the most common one, so most would use that, but they could use any of the others available, such as Calc in Open Office or Lotus 1-2-3 etc.
In word programs, there is normal pasting which is normally done with images, text, etc, then there is special pasting which allows you to copy a section of text from word for example and past it into another word program as a picture eg.
It just allows you to copy one type of information and paste it as another.
Countblank function is a derivative of count function and it is doing a very simple task - countblank function counts the number of cells in the range with no data. Actually, if you'll add the results for count/a function and countblank function you'll get the total number of cells in the range (empty and not).
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