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Create your 1st Excel Spreadsheet in Excel 2013.

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Excel 2013

  1. 1. Create your first Excel 2013 workbook In the message bar, click Enable Editing, then press F5 or click Slide Show > From Beginning to start the course. If the videos in this course don’t play, you may need to download QuickTime or just switch to PowerPoint 2013. j
  2. 2. Create your first Excel 2013 workbook Press F5 to start, Esc to stop 1 Get started 3 1:48 Save & print Course summary 1/5 videos 2 4:24 Closed captions 4 4:12 Columns & rows 5 2:50 Formulas 6 7 8 Summary Feedback Help 4:19 More Help
  3. 3. Create your first Excel 2013 workbook Press F5 to start, Esc to stop 1 Get started 3 1:48 Save & print Course summary 2/5 videos 2 4:24 Closed captions 4 4:12 Columns & rows 5 2:50 Formulas 6 7 8 Summary Feedback Help 4:19 More Help
  4. 4. Create your first Excel 2013 workbook Press F5 to start, Esc to stop 1 Get started 3 1:48 Save & print Course summary 3/5 videos 2 4:24 Closed captions 4 4:12 Columns & rows 5 2:50 Formulas 6 7 8 Summary Feedback Help 4:19 More Help
  5. 5. Create your first Excel 2013 workbook Press F5 to start, Esc to stop 1 Get started 3 1:48 Save & print Course summary 4/5 videos 2 4:24 Closed captions 4 4:12 Columns & rows 5 2:50 Formulas 6 7 8 Summary Feedback Help 4:19 More Help
  6. 6. Create your first Excel 2013 workbook Press F5 to start, Esc to stop 1 Get started 3 1:48 Save & print Course summary 5/5 videos 2 4:24 Closed captions 4 4:12 Columns & rows 5 2:50 Formulas 6 7 8 Summary Feedback Help 4:19 More Help
  7. 7. Course Help summary—Create your first Excel 2013 workbook Course summary Start using Excel Formulas and references The best way to learn about Excel 2013 is to start using it. You can open an existing workbook or start with a template. Then, add some data into cells, use the ribbon, use the Mini toolbar. Tables can be very helpful when it comes to formulas. But to really understand how they work, we’ll create one on our own. In doing so, we’ll learn about things like Auto fill to quickly complete cells, and functions to easily enter formulas. Convert data to tables See also On the ribbon, click Tables > Table to convert your data to a table You don’t have to do this, but working with data as a table has certain advantages. • More training courses • What's new in Excel 2013 • Basic tasks in Excel 2013 Save and print Go to the Backstage, and decide where you want to save your workbook — to your computer, or to the cloud using Office 365 SharePoint or SkyDrive. Also, see a preview of how the workbook will look after it’s printed, then click Print to print it. Insert columns and rows Expand your worksheet. For example, add some more columns: click in the column next to the table, start typing, then press Enter. Press F5 to start, Esc to stop 1 2 4:24 Get started 3 1:48 Save & print 4:12 Columns & rows 5 4 2:50 Formulas 6 7 8 Summary Feedback Help 4:19 More
  8. 8. Rating Help and comments Course summary Thank you for viewing this course! Please tell us what you think Check out more courses Press F5 to start, Esc to stop 1 2 4:24 Get started 3 1:48 Save & print 4:12 Columns & rows 5 4 2:50 Formulas 6 7 8 Summary Feedback Help 4:19 More
  9. 9. Help Course summary Using PowerPoint’s video controls Stopping a course Going places If you download a course and the videos don’t play get the PowerPoint Viewer. upgrade to PowerPoint 2013 the QuickTime player Press F5 to start, Esc to stop 1 2 4:24 Get started 3 1:48 Save & print 4:12 Columns & rows 5 4 2:50 Formulas 6 7 8 Summary Feedback Help 4:19 More

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