Modeling in
Microsoft Excel
Working effectively with
Excel 2007/2010
Effective use of Excel
As a regular practice, due to the nature of
our job, we develop enough expertise to
perform the sam...
Why learning basics again
In this course we are trying to
touch-base with some basics,
to make sure we understand
Excel mu...
Selection techniques
While working with excel. most of us use mouse for
selecting a cell/row/column/range by dragging it.
...
Selecting Entire sheet
In 2010 / 2007
To select an entire sheet,
- either click on an empty cell and use
CTRL + A
- or cli...
Click on the point between
column A and row 1
Selecting a specific data section
To select any continuous data or section, click on
the first cell of the section, then p...
Practice this

SELECT
FIRST CELL
OF THE
RANGE

SELECT
FIRST CELL
OF THE
RANGE
Selection Shortcuts
To select the current region in Excel, click on any
cell in the region and use CTRL+Shift+*
You can se...
Try these options ( Practice)
CTRL+ Shift +
(All arrow keys)
CTRL+Home , CTRL+END
CTRL+Shift+End
Extend and Add mode
After you select a starting cell, you can
press F8 to enable the Extend mode.
(
indicated on the right...
Practice
Select a cell,
Enter Shift+F8
simultaneously
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Modeling in microsoft excel

  1. 1. Modeling in Microsoft Excel Working effectively with Excel 2007/2010
  2. 2. Effective use of Excel As a regular practice, due to the nature of our job, we develop enough expertise to perform the same tasks much faster and in a more effective way. This part of the presentation talks about tools, shortcuts, and techniques for carrying out some common tasks quickly and effectively.
  3. 3. Why learning basics again In this course we are trying to touch-base with some basics, to make sure we understand Excel much better before entering into Excel modeling.
  4. 4. Selection techniques While working with excel. most of us use mouse for selecting a cell/row/column/range by dragging it. But this is probably not the “better (or best?)” way of selecting an object in Excel. To select a small range, it may be more effective to hold the key down and use the arrow keys to select the range. In many instances, we may need to select large ranges of data. Let us understand few techniques to select the data in excel much better than using mouse.
  5. 5. Selecting Entire sheet In 2010 / 2007 To select an entire sheet, - either click on an empty cell and use CTRL + A - or click on the point between column A and row 1. For better idea jump to next slide.
  6. 6. Click on the point between column A and row 1
  7. 7. Selecting a specific data section To select any continuous data or section, click on the first cell of the section, then press Shift and click on the last cell of the section. Also reverse the process, click on the last cell, then press Shift and click on the first cell of this section to select, keeping the Shift key pressed down.
  8. 8. Practice this SELECT FIRST CELL OF THE RANGE SELECT FIRST CELL OF THE RANGE
  9. 9. Selection Shortcuts To select the current region in Excel, click on any cell in the region and use CTRL+Shift+* You can select an area from a currently highlighted cell or cells to the end of the data in that region’s column. Select the cell or cells and press CTRL+ Shift+ (downarrow)
  10. 10. Try these options ( Practice) CTRL+ Shift + (All arrow keys) CTRL+Home , CTRL+END CTRL+Shift+End
  11. 11. Extend and Add mode After you select a starting cell, you can press F8 to enable the Extend mode. ( indicated on the right of the status bar by the letters EXT in Excel 2003 ,Excel 2011 or Add Selection in Excel 2007 and 2010). Now use the arrows and select from that point on by repeatedly pressing on the arrow keys in the direction we want to select.
  12. 12. Practice Select a cell, Enter Shift+F8 simultaneously
  13. 13. Question Time Few Questions and Answers now?!

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