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What is Excel?

Excel LogoMicrosoft Excel is a spreadsheet program included in the Microsoft Office suite of applications. Excel allows users to create, format and manipulate data with formulas. The data is organized in tables of values arranged in rows and columns that can then be manipulated mathematically using both basic and complex arithmetic operations and functions. Continue Reading from Auburn University Library Resource Guide

Why Should You Use Excel?

Here are 4 Good Reasons:

1. Excel is not just for making tables
2. Excel helps you get stuff done

3. It will increase your salary

4. Excel will make you better at your job (no matter what that is). 
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Read Books About Excel

Link to Excel All-in-One for Dummies by Paul McFedries in the Catalog
Link to Microsoft Excel Step by Step by Joan Lambert in the Catalog
Link to Excel Data Analysis for Dummies by Paul McFedries in the Catalog
Link to Excel: Portable Genius by Lisa Bucki in the Catalog
Link to Excel 2019 Bible by Michael Alexander in the Catalog
Link to Excel 2019 in Easy Steps by Michael Prince in the Catalog

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