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Using Numbers

  1. 1. using Numbers Tutorial
  2. 2. What is Numbers?
  3. 3. What is Numbers? • Numbers is the Apple version of Microsoft Excel. Numbers is use to set up for the use of Spreadsheets, graphs, tables etc.
  4. 4. How to Open NUMBERS
  5. 5. How to Open NUMBERS • Numbers is located on your dock
  6. 6. How to Open NUMBERS • Numbers is located on your dock Make sure it is Numbers ’09. To check this click Numbers on the Numbers tool bar at the top of your screen
  7. 7. How to Open NUMBERS • Numbers is located on your dock Make sure it is Numbers ’09. To check this click Numbers on the Numbers tool bar at the top of your screen
  8. 8. How to Open NUMBERS • Numbers is located on your dock Make sure it is Numbers ’09. To check this click Numbers on the Numbers tool bar at the top of your screen Click “About Numbers” and it will tell you if you are using the 2009 edition.
  9. 9. How to create a Spreadsheet • Type into the boxes you want Text in - its easy!
  10. 10. Using Formulas • To add numbers you can use the Function Box located above the Spreadsheet • Click “SUM” to add up numbers in a box
  11. 11. Making Graphs • Select your data and click the Charts Dropdown menu. • Choose a Chart
  12. 12. Now... • This will open along with your newly created graph or chart. You can edit your chart with the Chart options window
  13. 13. What uses has Numbers got?? • You can use Numbers for making Graphs or Charts for maths, Results tables in Science - the list goes on!! • Numbers is compatible with Microsoft Excel, OpenOffice and many other softwares over different Operating Systems!
  14. 14. Your Task!
  15. 15. Your Task! • Create a Numbers Document with a Chart. • This Chart is about the Number of Pets at a School Pet Day!! You can create the rest of the information about the Chart. • Remember to use Numbers 2009 Edition

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