Creating and Auditing Formulas In Microsoft® Excel® 2010: In Three Quick and Easy Lessons guides you through creating, copying and pasting, reviewing, and auditing basic and complex formulas in Excel 2010 using step-by-step hands-on activities. In Lesson 1, you will learn about the syntax of formulas and about Excel’s predefined formulas, called functions.
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Microsoft® Excel® 2013: Working with Formulas and Functions Using a Touch Screen is a three-lesson basic to intermediate level course. The course guides you through creating, copying/pasting, filling, reviewing, and correcting basic and complex formulas in Excel 2013 using step-by-step hands-on activities. In Lesson 1…
Then you will create basic formulas by entering the formulas into cells manually, by using the Sum (AutoSum) feature, and by copying and pasting existing formulas into other cells. You will also learn how to use status bar options to quickly find the sum, average, minimum, maximum, and number of values for a range without creating a formula. In Lesson 2, you will learn how to use the Formula AutoComplete feature, how to enter formulas on grouped worksheets, and how to create formulas with 3-dimensional references—references that span worksheets and workbooks.
Next, you will use the Function Library to add the current date and time to a worksheet and to create a formula that performs two logical tests. Then you will learn to use defined names and column or row labels as function arguments.
Finally, you will learn how to apply conditional formatting to formulas. In Lesson 3, you will learn how to use tools that help you identify and correct errors in formulas and other kinds of worksheet errors including the Error Checking feature and the Trace Error icon, the Formula Auditing tools, the Watch Window toolbar, displaying a workbook in more than one window and splitting a worksheet into multiple viewing panes, and protecting a worksheet.