Exploring Office XP
For Introductory Computer courses in Microsoft Office XP or courses in Computer Concepts with a lab component for Microsoft Office XP applications.
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A spreadsheet is the computerized equivalent of an accountant's ledger. As with
the ledger, it consists of a grid of rows and columns that enables you to organize
data in a readily understandable format. Figures 1.1a and 1.1b show the same ...
A second example of a spreadsheet, one with which you can easily identify, is
that of a professor's grade book. The grades are recorded by hand in a notebook,
which is nothing more than a different kind of accountant's ledger. Figure 1.2 ...
A spreadsheet can be created as an aid in balancing your checkbook. Each row
in the spreadsheet will contain the data for a specific transaction, such as a check
, deposit, or ATM withdrawal. Each row should also include the date of the ...
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