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    • Excel Spreadsheets Berni Durham-Jones
      • Can make it easier to perform calculations and experiment with numbers.
      • You can type in formulas once, change the data many times and the computer will auto.matically re-doing the calculations
      • A spreadsheet is a grid of columns and rows.
      • Where a cell and a column meet is called a "cell".
      • Cells are referred to by their column letter and row number.
      • To launch Excel i n college click
      • Start
      • All Programs
      • Core Programs
      • Microsoft Excel .
      • First we’ll look at how to enter and format text and numbers.
      • Click the mouse on the cell where you want data to appear, do the following:-
        • Click your mouse in Cell A1 and type “Mobile Phone – Most Popular Brands", then press the Enter key.
        • Notice that if a cell is not wide enough to hold the text you type, the text simply spills into the adjoining cells to the right.
      • To make text bold, click on Cell A1 again, then click the Bold icon at the top of the screen (same as word processing, right?).
      • Still on Cell A1 , increase its font size by clicking on the Font Size drop-down list (the example is set to 12 point).
      • Now, how to get the text in Cell A1 to appear centred between columns A to G?.
        • Simple - highlight cells A1 to G1 (click and hold the mouse button on A1 then drag to the right to D1)
        • Then click the Merge and Center button. Cells A1 through G1 are now merged (treated as if they were one cell) and the text is now centred.
      • Instead of typing the formula yourself, you can also the Autosum button.
      • This will automatically calculate the figures for you.
      • Delete the data in Cell B5 and use the autosum function instead.
      • Change the figures and see what happens.