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1/1/2009
Excel 2007 Basic 5
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This is the fifth and final beginner class for the Microsoft Excel novice. You will learn: Insert Text, Hyperlinks, WordArt, Text Boxes, Symbols, Objects, Headers & Footers, Freeze Panes, Split Sheet, Borders & Gridlines, Merge & Center, Format Painter, Comments, Research, Stock Quotes, Office Online Templates

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create your own work sheet Comment from brent @ 9/15/2012
You suggest at times to create your own work sheet of the example you have created.  Do I have to use a separte computer while taking this course to create my own worksheet of the lesson, or is there a method to crete my own worksheet for the lesson on the same computer at the same time as the lesson.


Reply from Richard Rost:

Well, one of the reasons why I keep my videos small (640x360) is so that you could place them on one side of your screen while still working with Excel on the other side. If you have a modern monitor (19" or larger) you shouldn't have any problems doing both at the same time. No?
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Comment from  Lynn Robbins @ 10/12/2010
Looking forward to more
new Excel and Access; the original videos are very good;Just looking for the new look of Office.
WHAT program did you use to make
the Handbooks??


Reply from Richard Rost:

The Handbooks were written in Microsoft Word. I used HyperSnap for the screen shots.
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Comment from  Lynn Robbins @ 10/7/2010
I found the Excel 2007 Basic courses through 5
to be well done and useful!
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Comment from  Pauline @ 3/5/2010
Hi Richard,
The research section in the lesson is very interesting. It helped me to understand how to connect to the Web for a specific item.
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for thanks Comment from MUHAMMAD FAHAD RAZA @ 1/6/2010
Dear Sir,

sir I want to thank because you realiy helped those poeple who has got lots of problems in office for work.
again thanks from my side.
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