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How to use Excel – Editing cells in Excel computer lesson

How to use Excel - Editing cells in Excel

How to use Excel – Editing cells in Excel

How to use Excel

Editing Excel Cells

We continue our computer course showing how to use Excel with a computer lesson demonstrating editing cells in Excel. The lesson talks about how you can set permissions and passwords to protect your work in Excel without going in to too much detail at this time, before showing three ways of editing Excel cells, firstly double clicking the selected cell, secondly using the Excel formula bar and then explaining how key F2 can be used. The computer lesson for excel beginners goes on to demonstrate the status bar at the bottom of the Excel worksheet.

Computer skills

The course for how to use Excel is suitable for anybody looking to improve their computer skills and understand about spreadsheets for work or home. Those people looking to qualify in the European Computer Driving Licence (ECDL) will also find this computer lesson helpful for obtaining their qualification. Read the rest of this entry »

How to use Excel – Reviewing and Sharing Excel Workbooks

How to use Excel - Reviewing and sharing excel workbooks

How to use Excel – Reviewing and sharing excel workbooks

The course on how to use excel continues with a video computer lesson on reviewing and sharing excel workbooks. This video tutorial made by gcflearnfree.org demonstrates a company excel worksheet that is being shared and collaborated on by colleagues. The lesson shows that by using the review tab colleagues can make changes to excel cells that everyone can see using the track changes commands and also leave comments that others can see and read. These changes can be reviewed on the excel workbook at the end of the project and can then be accepted or rejected before being finalized, an extremely useful feature in Excel 2010.

A useful computer lesson for those wishing to learn how to use excel for use in the workspace or for using with others. Read the rest of this entry »