Learning Microsoft Excel 2002 through Applications & Exercises Each lesson contains short exercises designed for using Excel 2002 in real-life business settings. Exercises include key terms, concise notes, conceptual descriptions of Excel features, and hands-on mouse and keystroke procedures. Exercise Directions offer step-by-step instructions to put the students' skills to work. From Beginner to Expert--The Skills You Need in the Workplace Learning Excel 2002starts with spreadsheet basics. First students will become familiar with the Excel screen and on-screen tools and elements. Then students will learn the essentials of creating Excel workbooks, using formulas and functions, and analyzing data. In each exercise, students develop and practice new skills, then build upon previous skills. By the book's end, students will be able to track financial data, create charts and graphs, and edit and format Excel workbooks. Plus, students will learn how to publish spreadsheet data to the Internet. Learn by Doing; Not Reading Learning Excel 20021aunches the students into the workplace setting. Each exercise begins On the Job with a brief description of how you would use the features of that exercise in the office. Each exercise endsOn Your Own,an additional critical-thinking exercise where students apply newly learned skills to create their own documents using their own information. Bonus Items on the CD-ROM Data Files Students do less typing and more application. Computer Literacy Basics Computer Literacy bonus exercises cover computers, computer care, and computer history. We'll Teach You Excel Basics Worksheets Workbooks Formatting Labels Formulas Operators References Ranges MIN/MAX Functions Lookup What If Data Tables Auto Format Charting Elements Types Graphs Pie Charts ... and moreFulton, Jennifer is the author of 'Ddc Learning Microsoft Excel 2002' with ISBN 9781585771387 and ISBN 1585771384.