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Microsoft Excel 102
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This class picks up where Excel 101 leaves off and covers many more features of this powerful spreadsheet program including AutoFill, creating a calendar, sorting data, and the big one: creating professional-quality charts and graphs!

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Comment from Herbert Kaufman @ 4/24/2010
How can you change the date on an existing statement?

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Herbert, I don't understand your question. Can you please elaborate?
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Comment from Richard Rost @ 4/7/2009
Charles, you are correct that building charts in Excel 2007 is very different from previous versions. The good news is that you really don't need a wizard. All of the commands are laid out in front of you. I will be covering it in an upcoming lesson.
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Comment from Charles Phinney @ 4/7/2009
I downloaded this class to learn charting. I could chart in the older version of Excel but we now have the newer version and there is no wizard. It is entirely different. I don't know if this will help me
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Comment from  Mildred Gordon @ 10/5/2008
Thank you for helping me with autofill. I thoughtI understood autofill, but now I understand that there is more to autofill then I known.
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Comment from Richard Rost @ 9/17/2008
Maks, I'm not sure about WORKS. I haven't used it in many years. That's how it's done in Excel (and just about every program with similar behavior too). You click on the first ITEM and then hold the CTRL (Control) key down, and click on the next item. I'm afraid I'd have to see what you're doing in order to offer you a suggestion.
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Comment from Maks Kelemina @ 9/13/2008
I try to apply this lesson in MS Works but selection of two colums does not work. After selecting first colum,holding Ctrl key, then selecting another colum, it highlights that colum but disselect the first,what am I doing wrong?
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Comment from Maks Kelemina @ 9/13/2008
I was waiting for chart lessons.Did not know, how to select multiple colums.My charts were never legeble. Thanks!
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Comment from Richard Rost @ 5/24/2008
Kristi, the Excel 102 tutorial is not a free tutorial. Until you purchase it, you will only be able to preview the first and last lessons. You can buy it on our Order Page.
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Comment from Richard Rost @ 5/24/2008
Jacqueline, just use COPY and PASTE (ctrl-c and ctrl-v) to copy ANYTHING from one worksheet to another.
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Comment from KRISTI @ 5/20/2008
I am trying the Excel 102 tutorial in the Theater and only received "intro"... nothing futher?
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Comment from  jacqueline @ 5/9/2008
how do you copy a formula from one worksheet to antoher worksheet?
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Comment from Richard Rost @ 1/23/2008
Not all of the tests for our courses are available yet. We're working hard to make sure they get online as soon as possible.
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Comment from Christy Young @ 1/18/2008
I have just completed Excel 102 and went to www.599cd.com/test and can not find the test for 102.  Can you please help me to find it so I may take the test?
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Comment from Richard Rost @ 11/14/2007
You can add as many sales reps as you want while creating this page. Just type them in as I did. Now, if you want to add more sales reps after the last one, but BEFORE the Sales Totals row, then you have to either move that row down, or insert some blank rows above the Totals row. We covered that in the previous lesson.
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Comment from Richard Karlin @ 11/13/2007
I don't understand how I can type in additional sales reps. How do I add more sales reps?
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