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Microsoft Excel 2013 : Checking Compatibility - Check Workbook Compatibility
The Compatibility Checker identifies the potential loss of functionality when you save an Excel workbook in the Excel 97-2003 Workbook file format
Microsoft Excel 2013 : Working with Accounts - Work with Online Accounts, Add Online Services
When you set up Excel 2013 or Office 2013, it requests a Microsoft account to work with online services, such as SkyDrive or SharePoint.
Microsoft Excel 2013 : Saving a Workbook to Online Services - Save a Workbook to Online Storage
Excel 2013 is integrated to function with on-line services (new!) to facilitate it to save and open workbook on other devices and to divide them with others.
Microsoft Excel 2013 : Saving a Workbook with Different Formats - Save a Workbook with Another Format
Excel is a flexible electronic table which allows you to save your book in a great choice of different format-see the table in the following page for a complete listing and a description.
Microsoft Excel 2013 : Saving a Workbook (part 2) - Save an Excel 97-2003 Workbook
You can access options from the Save dialog box. In the Save dialog box, click Tools, and then click the option you want, either General Options, Web Options, or Compress Pictures.
Microsoft Excel 2013 : Saving a Workbook (part 1) - Save a Workbook for Excel 2013
When you create an Excel workbook, you can save it to your computer, SkyDrive (New!) cloud-based online storage system, or Office 365 SharePoint service (New!).
Microsoft Excel 2013 : Getting Help While You Work - Use the Help Viewer to Get Answers, Search for Help, Use Local or Online Help
At a given time, each one has a question or two about the program which they employ. The Office Help Viewer provides the answers and the resources which you have need, including assistance of characteristic, articles, ends, gauges, formation, and downloads.
Microsoft Excel 2013 : Moving Around the Workbook (part 2) - Use the Keyboard to Navigate, Go To a Specific Location
You can change or move cell selections after pressing Enter. When you press Enter, the active cell moves down one cell. To change the direction, click the File tab, click Options, click Advanced, select the After Pressing Enter, Move Selection check box, click the Direction list arrow, select a direction, and then click OK.
Microsoft Excel 2013 : Moving Around the Workbook (part 1) - Use the Mouse or Finger to Navigate
You can move around a worksheet using your mouse or the keyboard, or your finger on a tablet or touch screen
Microsoft Excel 2013 : Arranging Windows (part 2) - Arrange or Switch Between Windows, Compare Windows Side By Side
You can arrange two or more windows on the screen at the same time.
Microsoft Excel 2013 : Arranging Windows (part 1) - Resize and Move a Window, Resize and Move a Window Using a Mouse
Every Office program and workbook opens inside a window, which contains a title bar, Ribbon, and work area to create and edit your data.
Microsoft Excel 2013 : Converting an Existing Workbook - Convert an Excel 97-2003 to Excel 2013
When you open a workbook of 97-2003, Excel 2013 enters the compatibility mode-indicated on the title bar-where it decontaminates the new configurations which cannot be indeed shown or converted by preliminary versions.
Microsoft Excel 2013 : Creating a Workbook Using a Template
Excel provides a collection of professionally designed gauges that you can employ to help you to create workbooks. Start with a gauge when you have a good idea of your contents but want to benefit from the professional glance of a gauge.
Microsoft Excel 2013 : Choosing Dialog Box Options
A dialog box is a window that opens when you click a Dialog Box Launcher or a link. Dialog Box Launchers are small arrow icons that appear at the bottom corner of some groups.
Microsoft Excel 2013 : Working with the Ribbon and Toolbars (part 2) - Customize the Ribbon or Quick Access Toolbar
You can turn off or change ScreenTips. Click the File tab, click Options, click General, click the ScreenTip Style list arrow, click Don’t Show Feature Descriptions In ScreenTips or Don’t Show ScreenTips, and then click OK.
Microsoft Excel 2013 : Working with the Ribbon and Toolbars (part 1) - Choose a Command Using a Toolbar or Ribbon, Add or Remove Items from the Quick Access Toolbar
Excel includes its most common commands, such as Save and Undo, on the Quick Access Toolbar. Click a toolbar button to choose a command.
Microsoft Excel 2013 : How to fix - Checking Accessibility
The Accessibility Checker identifies potential difficulties that people with disabilities might have reading or interactive with an Excel workbook.
Microsoft Excel 2010 : Removing Duplicates, Consolidating Data
The tool removes in a permanent way of the data of a table based on the columns chosen in the dialog of doubles of elimination. Unlike other filters, it does not hide simply the lines. For this reason, you can want to copy the data before removing the doubles.
Microsoft Excel 2010 : Using the Advanced Filter (part 2) - Filtering a Dataset Using the Advanced Filter, Filtering for Unique Items
To filter a dataset using the advanced filter, combining various criteria, and placing the results on a new sheet, these stages follow
Microsoft Excel 2010 : Using the Advanced Filter (part 1) - Using the Criteria Range
In spite of the visual simplicity of the Advanced Filter dialog, it can fill a great choice of functions.
Microsoft Excel 2010 : Filtering By Selection, Allow Filtering on a Protected Sheet
Even without filter ignited, you can right-click any cell in a column, outward journey to filter, and choose to filter by the value of the cells, the color, the color of police, or the icon. To make will thus start the filter and will configure the filter for the property of the selected cells.
Microsoft Excel 2010 : Filtering Options (part 3) - Using the Search Function for Grouped Dates, Using Text, Number and Date Special Filters
If you have a lot of dates in the filter listing, you can search for specific years, months, or dates to include or exclude from the filter. Searches are done on the entire data list, not just the items currently filtered on.
Microsoft Excel 2010 : Filtering Options (part 2) - Searching Functions for Listed Items
If you have a long list of items in the filter listing, you can search for items to include or exclude from the filter. Searches are done on the entire data list, not just the items currently filtered on.
Microsoft Excel 2010 : Filtering Options (part 1) - Filter Listing for Listed Items, Grouped Dates Filter Listing
The filter listing is probably the most obvious filter tool when you open the drop-down. For text, numbers, and ungrouped dates, a listing of all unique items in the column appears .
Microsoft Excel 2010 : Filtering and Consolidating Data - Preparing Data, Applying a Filter to a Dataset
In Excel and Excel Starter, the Filter button is a toggle button. Click it once to turn filtering on and click it again to turn filtering off.
Microsoft Excel 2010 : Bias in the Estimate, Excel’s Variability Functions
The 2010 version of Excel reorganizes and renames several statistical functions. The aim is to name the functions according to a more consistent pattern, and to make a function’s purpose more apparent from its name.
Microsoft Excel 2010 : Calculating the Standard Deviation and Variance (part 2) - Population Parameters and Sample Statistics
You normally use the word parameter for a number that describes a population and statistic for a number that describes a sample. So the mean of a population is a parameter, and the mean of a sample is a statistic.
Microsoft Excel 2010 : Calculating the Standard Deviation and Variance (part 1)
Excel provides you with no fewer than six functions to calculate the standard deviation of a set of values, and it’s pretty easy to get the standard deviation on a worksheet.
Microsoft Excel 2010 : The Concept of a Standard Deviation
Suppose someone told you that you stand 19 units tall. What do you conclude from that information? Does that mean you’re tall? short? of average height? What percent of the population is taller than you are?
Microsoft Excel 2010 : Measuring Variability with the Range
Just as there are three primary ways to measure the central tendency in a frequency distribution, there’s more than one way to measure variability.
 
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