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Software developed and manufactured by Microsoft Corporationthat allows users to organize, format, and calculate data withformulas using a spreadsheet system broken up by rows andcolumns. The first software program similar to Excel wasreleased in 1982 and was called Multiplan. The first version ofthe program was released for the Macintosh in 1985
Version/ Released Comments1985 Version 1, for the Macintosh was released.1993 A major upgrade. Included multi-sheet workbooks andsupport for VBA.1995 Known as Excel 95. The first major 32-bit version ofExcel**. Feature-wise, its very similar to Excel 5.1999Known as Excel 2000. Can use HTML as a native fileformat, "self-repair" capability, enhanced clipboard,pivot charts, modeless user forms.2003 Its called Microsoft Office Excel 2003.The newfeatures in this version are: (a) improved support forXML, (b) a new "list range" feature, (c) Smart Tagenhancements, and (d) corrected statistical functions.Most users will not find the upgrade worthwhile.2007 Finally, some major changes in Excel. For some, thechanges may actually be too major.2010 New features include sparkline graphics, pivot tableslicers, an updated Solver, and a 64-bit version..
1) Functions:- MATHEMATICAL: Add, subtract, div, multiply.LOGICAL: average, sum, mode, productTables:- Tables are created with different fields e.g. -name, age,address, roll no, so we add a table to fill these values.2)Sorting and Filter:- In sorting we can sort our data and alsofilter our data so that repetitions will be removed.3)Macros:- Macros are used for recording events for further use.4)Database:- We can add database from other sources with datafeature.5)Others :- Grouping, Data Validation, Clip Art, Hyperlink,Chart & Data Base6)
Ms- Excel consist of workbooks. Within each workbook there is aninfinite number of worksheetsEach worksheet contains columns and rows. There are total 1048576Rows and Total 16384 Columns104857616384
Excel and Financial DataData Types, Formulas, andFunctionsExcels Other Uses
It is an Excel Function that is used within tables to help filterthrough large volumes of data and select the appropriate databased on given conditions.Meaning:Formula:=VLOOKUP(E7,Sheet3!F:G,2,FALSE)(lookup_value,table_array,col_index_num,range_lookup)
An Excel macro is a set of instructions that can be triggered bya keyboard shortcut, toolbar button or an icon in a spreadsheet.Macros are used to eliminate the need to repeat the steps ofcommon tasks over and over.
A PivotTable report is an interactive way to quicklysummarize large amounts of data.A PivotTable report is especiallydesigned for:Querying large amounts of data in many user-friendly ways.Subtotaling and aggregating numeric data, summarizing data bycategories and subcategories, and creating custom calculations andformulasExpanding and collapsing levels of data to focus your results, and drillingdown to details from the summary data for areas of interest.
Moving rows to column or columns to rows (or "pivoting") to seedifferent summaries of the source dataFiltering, sorting, grouping, and conditionally formatting the most usefuland interesting subset of data to enable you to focus on the information thatyou want.Presenting concise, attractive, and annotated online or printed reports.
To PressStart a formula = (EQUAL SIGN)Edit the active cell F2Paste a name into a formula F3Define a name CTRL+F3Calculate all sheets in all open workbooks F9Calculate the active worksheet SHIFT+F9Insert the AutoSum formula ALT+= (EQUAL SIGN)Enter the date CTRL+; (SEMICOLON)Enter the time CTRL+SHIFT+: (COLON)Insert a hyperlink CTRL+KCopy the value from the cell above the active cell into the cellor the formula barCTRL+SHIFT+" (QUOTATIONMARK)Alternate between displaying cell values and displaying cellformulasCTRL+` (SINGLE LEFTQUOTATION MARK)Copy a formula from the cell above the active cell into the cellor the formula barCTRL+ (APOSTROPHE)Insert the argument names and parentheses for a function,after you type a valid function name in a formulaCTRL+SHIFT+A
Function Key SHIFT CTRL ALT CTRL+SHIFT ALT+SHIFTF1Display Help orthe OfficeAssistantWhats This?Insert a chartsheetInsert a newworksheetF2Edit the activecellEdit a cell commentSave AscommandSavecommandF3Paste a nameinto a formulaPaste a function intoa formulaDefine a nameCreate names byusing row andcolumn labelsF4Repeat the lastactionRepeat the last Find(Find Next)Close the window ExitF5 Go ToDisplay the Finddialog boxRestore the window sizeF6Move to the nextpaneMove to theprevious paneMove to the nextworkbook windowMove to theprevious workbookwindowF7SpellingcommandMove the windowF8Extend aselectionAdd to the selection Resize the windowDisplay theMacro dialog boxF9Calculate allsheets in all openworkbooksCalculate the activeworksheetMinimize the workbookF10Make the menubar activeDisplay a shortcutmenu (right click)Maximize or restore theworkbook windowF11 Create a chartInsert a newworksheetInsert a Microsoft Excel4.0 macro sheetDisplay VisualBasic EditorF12Save AscommandSave command Open command Print command