1 Excel 2007: Basics Learning Guide Exploring Excel At first glance, the new Excel 2007 interface may seem a bit unsettling, with fat bands called Ribbons replacing cascading text menus and task bars. This guide will help put you at ease as it introduces you to the new design and it explains the new nomenclature. The Office Button The Office button, located in the top left corner of your screen, replaces the File menu found in earlier versions of Word. The Office button allows you to carry out many functions, such as saving, printing, and opening your document. 1
2 Ribbons Located where taskbars used to be, ribbons graphically display the changing features as you click on the menu-bar tabs. It may be take you time to adjust to the new locations of familiar options, but ribbons may expose you to new commands and tools. The image and table shown below will help familiarize you with the various options. The Ribbon Home Insert Page Layout Formulas Data Review View Add-Ins Allows you to Change the Font, Paragraph and Heading styles and view the clipboard and editing options Insert pages, tables, illustrations, links, headers, footers, text and symbols Alter page setup, background, themes, paragraph properties, and arrangement of document Insert functions and create custom formulas. Get external data, sort, filter, and outline existing. Use proofing techniques, insert comments, track changes, compare and protect documents Change document and window layout, show/hide thumbnails, and view/record macros Customize toolbars Hiding and Redisplaying Ribbons If you wish to have more room while working, you can hide the contents of the ribbons. To hide the ribbons: Double-click on one of the ribbons. To redisplay the contents of the ribbons, double-click on them a second time. 2
3 The Quick Access Toolbar The Quick Access toolbar, located to the right of the Office button, contains the three most frequently used buttons, Save, Undo, and Redo. You can customize the Quick Access toolbar and add any button that you frequently use. To add any button to the Quick Access toolbar: Right click on the button you want to add to the Quick Access toolbar (for example, Cut). From the menu that appears, select Add to Quick Access Toolbar. The button will now appear on the Quick Access toolbar 3
4 Excel Terminology To understand Excel better, you should familiarize yourself with the following terminology: spreadsheet, workbook, and worksheet. Spreadsheets and Workbooks A spreadsheet is a grid of data divided into numbered rows and lettered columns. Each block in this grid is called a cell, and it can hold an individual piece of text or data. In Excel, a file/document is considered a spreadsheet, although it is commonly referred to as a workbook. Worksheets The worksheet is a page of data in your spreadsheet (or workbook) that is organized by the labeled tabs displayed at the bottom of the Excel window. Your spreadsheet can contain as many worksheets as you want. By default, however, all newly opened Excel spreadsheets have three worksheets. To view the contents of a worksheet, click on its tab. 4
5 Navigating Around Your Spreadsheet In order to enter data in Excel and/or create functions and formulas, you should be able to identify the active cell(s). Locating the Active Cell A thick dark border surrounds any active cell or range or cells. The corresponding column letter and row number will be highlighted in orange (in the example below, the active cell is B2). Changing the Active Cell To change the active cell: Using your mouse, click on a cell. Use the tab key to move the active cell over one cell to the right in that row. Press Shift + Tab to move the active cell left one cell in the current row. Press the Enter key to move the active cell down one cell in that column. Press Shift + Enter to move the active cell up one cell in the current column. Use the arrow keys. Identifying an Active Cell Every cell is identified using a combination of a letter and a number. To identify an active cell cell: Name the letter of the cell s column Identify the number of the cell s row o For example, in the example above, the active cell s is B2 since it s located in column B and row 2. Selecting Multiple Cells To select multiple cells for use in a calculation, or to move the data in those cells to a new location, drag your mouse across those cells. You ll have the most success if you drag your mouser from the top corner to the bottom corner of your block of cells. 5
6 Creating a Basic Spreadsheet Excel is most commonly used for data entry and basic calculations. To create a basic spreadsheet: Entering Data Click to select the cell where you wish to enter your data. Type the new data into the cell. Used one of the techniques from the section labeled Changing the Active cell to move the active cell to another location of your spreadsheet. Editing Existing Data Click the cell you wish to edit and begin typing. This will replace your old data with new data. You can change exiting data by double-clicking on the cell. You will be able to edit this info as you would in a Word Document. o To replace only part of the data, highlight the desired section and begin typing. o To delete only part of the data, highlight the appropriate section and hit either the backspace or delete keys. 6
7 Cutting, Copying, and Pasting Data Cutting, copying, and pasting allow you to move your data (or copies of that data) from its current location to another location in your spreadsheet. Cutting and Pasting Data To move your data from its current location to a new location: Select the cell or range of cells containing the data you wish to cut. The selected data will have a black border around it. From the Clipboard area of the Home ribbon, click on the Cut button. Click in the destination cell for your data From the Clipboard area of the Home ribbon, click on the button labeled Paste. Copying and Pasting Data To move a copy of your data from its current location to a new location: Select the cell or range of cells containing the data you wish to cut. The selected data will have a black border around it. Click in the destination cell for your data. 7
8 From the Clipboard area of the Home ribbon, click on the Copy button. From the Clipboard area of the Home ribbon, click on the button labeled Paste. Tip: Cut, Copy, and Paste Shortcut Keys To simplify the process of cutting, copying, and pasting data use one of the following shortcut key combinations. To Cut Copy Paste Type Ctrl-X Ctrl-C Ctrl-V The Enter button on your keyboard can also be used to paste text. Selected the text to be cut or copied. Hit the cut or copy buttons, or their shortcuts. Click in the destination cell. Type the Enter button on your keyboard. 8
9 Fixing Mistakes For every document that you create, you will make at least a few mistakes. Excel allows you to quickly and easily fix your mistakes using the Undo and Redo buttons. Undoing a Mistake From the Quick Access toolbar, locate the Undo button. Click once on the Undo button to undo the most recent action you completed. Click on the Undo button again to undo the second most recent action. Undoing Multiple Mistakes at Once From the Quick Access toolbar, locate the Undo button. Click on the down-facing arrow of the Undo button. From the list that appears, select the actions you wish to undo. Excel will highlight the actions in orange. 9
10 Redoing an Action Do you wish you had not just undone an action? The Redo button allows you to restore the action From the Quick Access toolbar, locate the Redo button. Click once on the Redo button to restore your previous content. Redoing Multiple Actions at Once From the Quick Access toolbar, locate the Undo button. Click on the down-facing arrow of the Redo button. From the list that appears, select the actions you wish to restore. Excel will highlight the actions in orange. Tip: You can only reverse an action immediately after it has been undone. Once you make further changes to your document you can no longer redo previous actions. 10
11 Saving Your Spreadsheet Most people save their spreadsheet only after they have completed some substantial work on it. If you delay saving you risk losing your work if you encounter computer problems or a power outage. For best results you should save your document early and often, for example: Save frequently. Be sure you know where you are saving your document. Save whenever you complete a thought, not just when you complete a major section of your document. Save a backup copy when working on a critical document. Saving Your Spreadsheet From the Office button, select Save. 11
12 The Save As window will appear. Navigate to the location where you wish to save your spreadsheet. In the box labeled File Name, type a descriptive name. Click on the button labeled Save. Saving for Office 2003 Compatibility By default, Excel saves your spreadsheet in a format that is unreadable by older versions. To save your spreadsheet to for Excel 2003 compatibility: From the Office Button, select Save. The Save As window will appear. Navigate to the location where you wish to save your Spreadsheet. In the box labeled File Name, type a descriptive name. Click on the down-facing arrow next to the box labeled Save as type From the list that appears, select Excel Workbook. Click on the button labeled Save 12
13 The Save Button In addition to the office button, you can use the Save button to save changes that you have made to your spreadsheet. From the Quick Access Toolbar (located to the right of the Office button), click on the Save button. Formatting Your Spreadsheet Sometimes you may think that your worksheet looks downright boring, or it doesn t cleanly display your data. In this situation, you can adjust your worksheet to make it look more presentable. Inserting Columns Click to select an active cell to the right of the location where you wish to insert your new column. Locate the Cells area of the Home ribbon. Click on the down-facing arrow of the button labeled Insert. From the menu that appears, select Insert Sheet Columns. Excel will insert a new column to the left of your active cell. 13
14 Inserting Rows Click to select an active cell below the location where you wish to insert your new row. Locate the Cells area of the Home ribbon. Click on the down-facing arrow of the button labeled Insert. From the menu that appears, select Insert Sheet Rows. Excel will insert a new row above your active cell. Deleting Columns Select the column(s) you wish to delete. Locate the Cells area of the Home ribbon. Click on the down-facing arrow of the button labeled Delete From the menu that appears, select Delete Sheet Column. Excel will delete the column(s) you selected and shift the rest of the data to the left. 14
15 Deleting Rows Select the row(s) you wish to delete. Locate the Cells area of the Home ribbon. Click on the down-facing arrow of the button labeled Delete Excel will delete the row(s) you selected and shift the rest of the data up. Resizing Columns In many situations, a cell will be too wide or too narrow to properly display the data it contains. In these situations, you can resize the column to correctly display your data. To resize a column to a new width: Place your cursor on the gridline between the column to be resized and the column to the right of it. The cursor will be come a special double-arrow indicating that you can now resize the column. Drag the column gridline left or right to resize the column. Release the mouse when then column is at the width you want. Resizing rows To resize a row to a new height: Place your cursor on the gridline between the row to be resized and the one directly below it. The cursor will become a special doublearrow indicating that you can resize the row. Drag the gridline up or down to resize the row. Release the mouse when the row is the height you wish. 15
16 Inserting a Function Calculating a Sum The Sum function, one of the most commonly used functions in Excel, will produce a sum of the values in the range of cells. Click on the cell into which you want to enter your function. Type =sum( Select the range of cells you wish to sum. A blinking dashed border will be around the cell range. Type ) If you wanted to calculated the sum of the values in the range beginning with A1 and ending with A4 you would type =sum(a1:a4) Calculating a Sum with the AutoSum Button Excel s AutoSum tool allows you to quickly create sums without needing to type any function syntax. To calculate a sum: Click in the cell into which you want to enter your sum. Locate the Function Library area of the Formulas ribbon. Click on the AutoSum button. Select the range of cells to be summed. Type the Enter key on your keyboard to complete the calculation. Calculating Other Functions with the AutoSum Button In addition to calculating the Sum, the AutoSum button also allows you to quickly calculate other results, using several common functions (each of which is a ready-to-insert mathematical formula). The table below summarizes the results you can create. 16
17 The function Average Count Max Min Allows you to Calculate the average value of a range of cells Count the number of cells in a range that contain a numeric value Find the largest value in a range of cells Find the smallest value in a cell range To Insert a Function: Click in the cell into which you want to enter your sum. Locate the Function Library area of the Formulas ribbon. Click on the down-facing arrow of the AutoSum button. From the menu that appears, select the function you wish to insert (for example, average). Select the range of cells you wish to use. Type the Enter key on your keyboard to complete your calculation. Constructing a Formula In addition to Excel s built in function, you can create custom formulas. In order to successfully calculate your values, you must take into consideration the following guidelines. Guidelines for Creating Formulas All formulas begin with the = symbol. Excel uses the following symbols as mathematical operators. The symbol Is used for * Multiplication / Division + Addition - Subtraction ^ Raise to an exponent 17
18 Excel calculates your formula o From left to right o Starts with any exponents o Then performs any multiplication and/or division o Followed by addition and/or subtraction. To perform a calculation that does follow the previously described order, use parenthesis to indicate the order in which your formula should be calculated. o In the formula =(8-3)*4, Excel will subtract the values in the parenthesis before multiplying. You can create formulas using numbers to calculate a result that will not change. o The formula =3*8 produces the result 24 You can create formulas using cell references so that the calculated result will update itself as the data in the cells are changed. o The formula =A1+C1+B2 produces a result based upon the data in cells A1, C1, and B2. A Function Example To calculate 10 (5 2) 18 9 Click in the cell into which you want to enter your formula. Type =10*(5-2)-18/9. Type the Enter key on your keyboard to complete your calculation. 18
19 Formatting Text Excel provides many capabilities to format text and data within cells. These text formats allow you to transform a spreadsheet that is nearly unreadable to one that is attractive and persuasive. Changing the Font and Size of Your Text Changing the Text Font Select the cell or range of cells you wish to reformat Locate the Font area of the Home ribbon Click on the down-facing arrow next to the drop-down font list From the list that appears, click on the name of the font you want. Changing the Text Size To change the size of your text: Select the cell or range of cells you wish to reformat Locate the Font area of the Home ribbon Click on the down-facing arrow next to the font size menu From the list that appears, click on the size of the font you want 19
20 Adding Bold, Italic, and/or Underline Select the cell or range of cells you wish to format. Locate the Font area of the Home ribbon. Click on one of the following buttons to apply text formatting To format your text Click on Bold Italic Underline Changing the Text Color Select the cell or range of cells you wish to format. Locate the Font area of the Home ribbon. Click on the down-facing of the Font Color button. From the font colors that appear, select the color you want. 20
21 Adding Borders and Fill Color Adding a Borders Select the cell or range of cells you wish to add a border to. Locate the Font area of the Home ribbon. Click on the down-facing arrow of the Borders button. From the borders styles that appear, select the one you want. Applying a background color Select the cell or range of cells you wish to add a border to. Locate the Font area of the Home ribbon. 21
22 Click on the down-facing of the Fill Color button. From the fill colors that appear, select the one you want. Tip: Applying a Border or Fill Color Once you have applied a border or fill color, the last selected border and fill color will be displayed, respectively. To apply an already-selected border or fill color: Select the cell or range or cells you wish to format. Locate the Font area of the Home ribbon. Click on the Border or Fill Color button. Aligning Text within a Cell Changing the Horizontal Alignment Select the cell or range of cells you wish to format. Locate the Alignment area of the Home ribbon. 22
23 Click the one of the following buttons to change the horizontal alignment of your text. To align your text Click on To the Left In the Center To the Right Changing the Vertical Alignment Select the cell or range of cells you wish to format. Locate the Alignment area of the Home ribbon. Click the one of the following buttons to change the vertical alignment of your text. To align your text Click on At the Top In the Center At the Bottom Getting Help in Excel Excel s Help index is a good resource when you are trying to use an unfamiliar feature or starting a new project. To get help in Excel: Click on the blue question mark, the Microsoft Office Excel Help button, located in the upper right corner of the Excel window The Excel Help window will appear. 23
24 Click in the box next to the blue question mark, and type a description of the task in Excel about which you would like to learn. Click on the button labeled Search. The topics that relate to the task you described will display in the Excel Help window. 24
25 From the list that appears, click one of the topics to display its contents. 25
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