Table of contents for Microsoft Office Excel 2003 step by step / Curtis Frye.

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What’s New in Microsoft Excel 2003Getting HelpUsing the Book’s CD-ROMConventions and FeaturesMicrosoft Office Specialist Skills StandardsTaking a Microsoft Office Specialist Certification ExamQuick ReferenceChapter 1: Getting to Know ExcelChapter 2: Setting Up a WorkbookChapter 3: Performing Calculations on DataChapter 4: Changing Document AppearanceChapter 5: Focusing on Specific Data Using FiltersChapter 6: Combining Data from Multiple SourcesChapter 7: Reordering and Summarizing DataChapter 8: Analyzing Alternative Data SetsChapter 9: Creating Dynamic Lists with PivotTablesChapter 10: Creating ChartsChapter 11: PrintingChapter 12: Automating Repetitive Tasks with MacrosChapter 13: Working with Other Microsoft Office ProgramsChapter 14: Working with Database DataChapter 15: Publishing Information on the WebChapter 16: Collaborating with ColleaguesGlossary

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Microsoft Excel (Computer file)
Business -- Computer programs.
Electronic spreadsheets.