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A free and easy way to learn using Microsoft Excel XP. Easy step-by-step instructions for basic, intermediate and advanced levels.

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Find some basic, intermediate or even advanced Excel functions.

Microsoft Excel may not be the only spreadsheet program around, but it may be the only one you'll ever need. You can use Excel on many different levels. But most users find out what the program can really do after it gets going.

Excel is a user-friendly program especially for those who are comfortable getting right in and clicking things. However, some parts of Excel can seem intimidating, especially when you just want to do something simple but don't know where to start.

Well, for some good old Excel help, you've come to the right place!

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Copy & Move

Learn step-by-step all the different methods on copying cells and ranges in Excel.

Learn how to copy data from one worksheet or workbook file to another, the easy way.

Also learn all the different methods on moving cells and ranges in Excel.

And learn how to move data from one worksheet or workbook file to another worksheet or workbook file safely without losing any data you need.

Using AutoFill and AutoComplete

Learn step-by-step how to use the AutoFill feature of Excel XP. This feature will make entering data into your worksheet very easy and much quicker. No more retyping the same old redundant data. Just use AutoFill to make it easier for you.

Also learn how to use the AutoComplete feature of Excel XP. This feature also makes entering data into your worksheet quicker. AutoComplete automatically completes your typed text for you.


Learn step-by-step how to use Microsoft Excel comments.

You'll see how easy it is to insert and edit a cell comment.

Learn how to use these cell comments to its fullest.

Also have fun with deleting, showing and hiding a cell comment.

Find, Replace & Spell-Check

Learn how Find a specific occurrence of content that you want.

Also learn step-by-step how to use Excels' Find & Replace command.

Learn how to find a specific occurrence, using wildcard characters, of content and replace it into something else that you want.

Make sure that you have no spelling mistakes in your worksheet, before you show it to the boss. That's why you need to know how to use the Spell checker in Excel.

Print Worksheet Data

Learn step-by-step how Excel printing is done. Learn how to adjust your worksheet using the Print Preview feature so that you can print the things you want.

If you preview your spreadsheet before printing, you'll soon see if it will look correctly, or not, once printed.
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- Tips
- Excel Screen Layout
- Navigational Techniques
- Working with Workbooks
- Templates
- Working with Worksheets
- Moving Around
- Move Worksheets
- Copy Worksheets
- Insert & Delete Cells
- Insert & Delete Rows
- Insert & Delete Columns
- Resize Row
- Resize Column
- Editing Data
- Content Color
- Cell Color
- Number Formats
- Fonts
- Alignment
- Text Direction
- Indent Contents
- Merge Cells
- Copy
- Move
- Undo & Redo
- Using Zoom
- Freeze & Unfreeze Titles
- Split Worksheet
- Spreadsheet Data
- AutoFill
- AutoComplete
- Comment
- Find
- Replace
- Spellcheck
- Formulas
- Functions
- Print
- Password
- Sorting
- AutoFilter
- Advanced Filter
- Macros
- Charts
- Charting
- Charting Elements
- Gantt Chart
- PivotTable
- PivotTable Calculations
- PivotTable Layout
- PivotTable Format
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