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For those of us who crunch words instead of numbers, Excel can be intimidating. We don't know the difference between a workbook and a worksheet, and for sure don't know to ask about conditional formatting (a cool way to visually display data). Then one day your boss asks you to create a report--with numbers. Gulp.
In this video, the Office 911 emergency responders show a beginning Excel user how to add a table to a worksheet so she can better organize and view her data.
So what's a worksheet? It's the place in Excel where you enter, organize, manipulate, and report data. A workbook is comprised of multiple worksheets. Still confused? Watch this short video then visit the Excel Skills Builder page, where you can move at your own speed through Excel lessons for beginners.
You guys are CRAZY and I LIKE IT!!
And well, obviously I'm not going to admit that I learned something new within the first 3 minutes of the video. Naaah, I already knew that! <cough, cough>
Seriously.. There is a good reason why Excel is sitting on my 'quick access' bar in Word 2010 ;-)
My personal favorite feature so far is being able to 'special paste' information which sits in my clipboard right into Excel!
Anyway; I had a good laugh here and I LOVE this one, even though its plain out silly.
Keep it up!
With all due respect, comments like these are better put where they mean something. This place is basicaly filled with happy Office users (either or not paid by MS). More seriously: post and share Office experiences.
No more, no less. What you want are the technet fora.