Creating excel databases

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Creating excel databases

  1. 1. Field Name Field SURNAME FIRST NAME DATE GRADUATED FINAL GRADE Tio Rommel 24 – March - 2011 98.99 Goopio Irjo 16 – March – 2007 97.87 Argocillo Ralph 18 – March – 2010 78.91 Montecillo Gualbert 19 – March – 2009 93.45 List Range Raymundo Godwin Tom 16 – March – 2007 88.98 Cesa Abegail 15 – March – 2008 75.67 Medriano Lia 19 – March – 2010 89.05 Legaria Lizbeth 18 – March – 2009 78.69 Villanueva Genara 17 – March – 2008 89.26Record Field Value
  2. 2. PRESS TOTAB Move to the next fieldSHIFT + TAB Move to the previous fieldENTER Move to the next recordSHIFT + ENTER Move to the previous recordCTRL + “ (Quotation) Copy the number from the same field in the preceding orderCTRL + ‘ (Apostrophe) Copy the formula from the same field in the preceding orderCTRL + ; (Semicolon) Enter current dataCTRL + : Enter the current date
  3. 3. The comparison operators are:= Equal to> Greater than< Less than>= Greater than or Equal to<= Less than or Equal to<> Not equal to
  4. 4. The wildcard characters are:? Signifies a single character located in the same position as the question mark. So, the criteria sk? Looks for ski, ska or sky* Signifies any number of characters located in the same position as the asterisk. So, the criteria rac* looks for race, raced, racing, or racecar˜? Signifies a question mark˜* Signifies an asterisk˜˜ Signifies a tilde ( ~ )

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