Cte handout for ict2
Cte handout for ict2
Cte handout for ict2
Cte handout for ict2
Cte handout for ict2
Cte handout for ict2
Cte handout for ict2
Cte handout for ict2
Cte handout for ict2
Cte handout for ict2
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  1. CTE HANDOUT FOR ICT MIDTERM MICROSOFT WORD is a component of Microsoft Office, an application used to encode and manage data, making letter documents, text editing and similar works. MICROSOFT EXCEL is a component of Microsoft Office, an application used to encode data and manage data, create formula for mathematical and logical expressions and more. The Home Tab 1. Clipboard ribbon – a part of the home tab that contains the copy, cut, paste and format painter icon 2. Font ribbon – is used to customize the font face, style, color, fill, size and font effects. 3. Alignment ribbon – customizes the alignment or orientation of the paragraph, line or segment. 4. Number ribbon – customizes the number presentation as to decimal, fraction, percentage and more. 5. Styles ribbon – is used for managing cells, tables and conditional formatting for managing rules in logical or mathematical expressions. 6. Cells ribbon – customizes cells and worksheet like inserting cells, formatting the cells and deleting cells. 7. Editing Tab – contains Autosum, sort and filter, and find and select icons. The Insert Tab The Insert Tab contains the following ribbons 1. Tables 2. Illustrations 3. Charts 4. Sparklines 5. Filter 6. Links 7. Text 8. Symbols ❶ ❷ ❸ ❹ ❺ ❻ ❼ ❽ ❶ ❷ ❸ ❹ ❺ ❻ ❼
  2. The Page Layout Tab The Page Layout Tab contains the following ribbons 1. Themes 2. Page Setup 3. Scale to fit 4. Sheet Options 5. Arrange The Formula Tab The Formula Ribbon contains the following: 1. Function Library 2. Define Names 3. Formula Auditing 4. Calculation The Data Tab The Data Tab contains the following ribbon: 1. Get External Data 2. Connections 3. Sort & Filter 4. Data Tools 5. Outline The Review Tab The Review Tab contains the following ribbons: 1. Proofing 2. Language 3. Comments 4. Changes ❶ ❷ ❸ ❹ ❺ ❶ ❷ ❸ ❹ ❶ ❷ ❸ ❹ ❺ ❶ ❷ ❸ ❹
  3. The View Tab The View Tab contains the following ribbons: 1. Workbook Views 2. Show 3. Zoom 4. Window 5. Macros Common Error Symbols in MS Excel 1. Microsoft Excel displays the #DIV/0! error when a number is divided either by zero (0) or by a cell that contains no value. 2. Microsoft Excel displays #N/A in one or more cells on a worksheet. This error indicates that a value is not available to a function or formula. 3. Excel displays #NAME? in one or more cells on a worksheet. This error occurs when Microsoft Excel does not recognize text in a formula. 4. Microsoft Excel displays #NULL! in one or more cells on a worksheet. This error occurs when you specify an intersection of two areas (ranges) on a worksheet that do not intersect. The intersection operator is a space character between references. 5. Microsoft Excel displays #NUM! in one or more cells on a worksheet. This error indicates that a formula or function contains invalid numeric values. 6. Microsoft Excel displays #REF! in one or more cells on a worksheet. This error occurs when a cell reference is not valid. 7. Excel displays the #VALUE! error in one or more cells in a worksheet. Microsoft Excel may display the #VALUE! error if your formula includes cells that contain different data types. If error checking is enabled and you position the mouse pointer over the error indicator, the ScreenTip displays "A value used in the formula is of the wrong data type." You can typically fix this problem by making minor changes to your formula. Operators: (+) – Addition ❶ ❷ ❸ ❹ ❺
  4. (-) – Subtraction (*) – Multiplication (/) – Division (^) – Exponential Form Separators ( ) – Parenthesis – used to override the order of the operation. (,) – Comma – used as separator for non-contiguous cells in a formula. (:) – Colon – used as separator for contiguous cells in a formula. Opening Microsoft Excel Point to All Programs Point to Microsoft Office Click Microsoft Office Excel 2007 Click Start
  5. Elements of an Excel WorkbookQuick Access Toolbar Tabs Title Bar Office button Ribbon Name box Worksheet area Status bar Active cell Formula bar Cell pointer Vertical scroll bar Horizontal scroll bar Worksheet tabs
  6. Elements of a Worksheet Area Name box Formula bar Cell pointer Active cell Select all button Row header Column header Fill handle (+) Gridlines
  7. Keyboard Navigation
  8. Changing the Active Cell - GoTo Feature Click Home Tab Click Find & Select, Then Go to Type cell address in the Reference box and click OK
  9. Saving a Workbook …/2 Enter location for saving the file Enter file name Click Save Note or change file type
  10. Naming a Workbook (File) • Up to 255 characters including – drive letter – folder names – spaces • Excluded special characters include forward slash (/) question mark (?) backslash () quotation mark (“) greater than sign (>) colon (:) less than sign (<) semicolon (;) asterisk (*) pipe symbol (|)