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About this tutorial: Video duration: 19:26 Learn the basics of using Microsoft Excel for Mac, including the anatomy of a spreadsheet, how to enter data, how to make your data look good so it’s easier to read and use, and more. The sequel to this video can be found here: ***Consider supporting Technology for Teachers and Students on Patreon***: See below for more information about the games mentioned in the video: Boggle: Codenames: Exploding Kittens: Mad Gab: Categories: / / by November 22, 2018.
Excel for Mac 2011 Customer support and troubleshooting for Office for Mac 2011 ends October, 2017. To get all the latest features, upgrade to Office 2016 for Mac. Make a one-time purchase, or buy an Office 365 subscription and stay up to date. Work with sheets and data Title Description Work with cells, rows, and columns. Use the Paste Special command to copy and paste special cell contents or attributes. Keep column headings visible while you scroll.
Change the width of columns so that you can see all the data in cells. Prevent unauthorized changes, moves, or deletions of important data. Change the appearance of cells based on certain criteria, for example, all cell values in the top 10% of a range. Work with functions, formulas, and lists Title Description Learn the elements of a formula as well as how to enter a formula on a sheet. Learn about the different kinds of operators (for example, +, -, /, and *) and the order in which they are applied. Learn the difference between relative and absolute cell references and how to switch between them.
Work with charts and graphics Title Description Learn the basics of charts, including the elements of a chart, which chart is appropriate for your data, and how to apply chart layouts and styles. Add chart and axis titles, change the axis scale, add data labels, and more. Use error bars to indicate potential error amounts in relation to each data point.
Add pictures or clip art to a worksheet by using the Media Browser. Analyze, share, and collaborate Title Description Learn the two different ways to create a Pivot Table and how to use the Pivot Table Field Lists to add, move, and arrange fields. Create a projection based on an existing series of data. Use Excel for Mac 2011 to check out a SharePoint file so that only you can make changes. Explore other useful resources Title Description See the full list of keyboard shortcuts, organized into logical categories. Rearrange, show, and hide tabs on the ribbon.
See a list of known issues as well as potential workarounds.