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Excel Macintosh Specific Tutorials


Macintosh Specific Tutorials

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Links verified on 12/1/10

  1. Using Keyboard Shortcuts in Microsoft Excel Macintosh version - Don't reach for the mouse, some things can be done quicker with keyboard shortcuts.
  2. Using menu items part 1 - Here are suggestions about using the File, Edit, and View menus.
  3. Using menu items part 2 - This module includes suggestions about using the Insert, Format, and Tools menus.

Office X and Office 08

  1. Basic terminology - This module presents suggestions on using tabs, cells, cursors, and adding worksheets.
  2. Calculating Percent and Using Absolute Cell Reference - Learn how to tell Excel to always use a cell when performing calculations, rather than letting Excel select the cell to use relative to the last cell used.
  3. Entering and Editing Data - Here are suggestions about entering and formatting data, plus a review of cursors.
  4. Using automatic features - Auto fill, auto sum, merge and center, and a review of cursors are topics presented in this module.
  5. Using Equations - Here are suggestions about entering your own equations into a worksheet.
  6. Using Excel to Create a Chart or Graph - Office 2008 for Macintosh - This module includes suggestions on how to make a really quick chart after you reassign the F11 key.
  7. Using Functions - Included in this module are examples of some of the common built-in functions in Excel.
  8. Using PowerPoint to animate an Excel Chart: Macintosh X - Here are suggestions on how to make a simple chart and then use PowerPoint to display the elements of the chart one at a time.

Interactive: Excel 2003 to Excel 2007 command reference guide

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