New to Excel 2010? Learn Fundamentals, Shortcuts and Editing Tips

John Storts
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The State of the Microsoft Desktop

Customers are taking a piecemeal approach to Windows 7 and Office 2010 upgrades.

Microsoft's newest version of its spreadsheet application, Excel 2010, includes new analysis and visualization tools, opportunities for better collaboration through SharePoint and Web and mobile apps for getting work done from a browser or smartphone while on the go.


But, if you're just trying to learn the basics and get to work quickly, you should check out CustomGuide's Microsoft Excel 2010 Reference Guide. It describes the Excel 2010 screen layout, explains the fundamentals of using the application, lists keyboard shortcuts, shows you how to insert charts and offers instructions on working with formulas and functions.


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