Microsoft Excel <ul><li>Is an excellent program for organizing, formatting, and calculating numeric data. </li></ul>
Excel data. <ul><li>Excel displays data in a row-and-column format, with gridlines between the rows and columns, similar to accounting ledger books or graph paper. </li></ul>
<ul><li>Excel is well suited for working with numeric data for accounting, scientific research, statistical recording, and any other situation that can benefit from organizing data in a table-like format. </li></ul>
<ul><li>Teachers often record student grade information in Excel, and managers often store lists of data—such as inventory records or personnel records—in Excel. </li></ul>
<ul><li>You’ll learn how Excel makes it easy to perform calculations on numeric data and provides dozens of ways to format data for presentation purposes, including charts and reports. </li></ul>
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