Microsoft Office Tutorials and References

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Chapter Summary

EX 69

To Quit Excel

Quitting Excel

Do not forget to remove

your USB ﬂ ash drive

from the USB port after

quitting Excel, especially

if you are working in a

laboratory environment.

Nothing can be more

frustrating than leaving

all of your hard work

behind on a USB ﬂ ash

drive for the next user.

The following steps quit Excel.

1
Click the Close button on the right side of the title bar to quit Excel.

2

If necessary, click the No button in the Microsoft Ofﬁ ce Excel dialog box so that any changes

you have made are not saved.

Chapter Summary

In this chapter you have learned about the Excel window, how to enter text and numbers to create a worksheet, how

to select a range, how to use the Sum button, save a workbook, format cells, insert a chart, print a worksheet, quit

Excel, and use Excel Help. The items listed below include all the new Excel skills you have learned in this chapter.

1. Start Excel (EX 6)

2. Enter the Worksheet Titles (EX 17)

3. Enter Column Titles (EX 19)

4. Enter Row Titles (EX 21)

5. Enter Numbers (EX 23)

6. Sum a Column of Numbers (EX 25)

7. Copy a Cell to Adjacent Cells in a Row (EX 27)

8. Determine Multiple Totals at the Same Time

(EX 28)

9. Save a Workbook (EX 30)

10. Change a Cell Style (EX 35)

11. Change the Font Type (EX 36)

12. Bold a Cell (EX 38)

13. Increase the Font Size of a Cell Entry (EX 38)

14. Change the Font Color of a Cell Entry (EX 39)

15. Center Cell Entries across Columns by Merging

Cells (EX 40)

16. Format Column Titles and the Total Row (EX 42)

17. Format Numbers in the Worksheet (EX 44)

18. Adjust the Column Width (EX 46)

19. Use the Name Box to Select a Cell (EX 47)

20. Add a 3-D Clustered Column Chart to the

Worksheet (EX 50)

21. Change Document Properties (EX 55)

22. Save an Existing Workbook with the Same File

Name (EX 58)

23. Print a Worksheet (EX 58)

24. Quit Excel (EX 59)

25. Open a Workbook from Excel (EX 60)

26. Use the AutoCalculate Area to Determine a

Maximum (EX 62)

27. Clear Cell Entries Using the Fill Handle (EX 66)

28. Clear Cell Entries Using the Shortcut Menu

(EX 66)

29. Clear Cell Entries Using the
DELETE
Key (EX 66)

30. Clear Cell Entries and Formatting Using the Clear

Button (EX 66)

31. Clear Formatting Using the Cell Styles Button

(EX 66)

32. Clear the Entire Worksheet (EX 66)

33. Delete an Embedded Chart (EX 67)

34. Search for Excel Help (EX 67)

If you have a SAM user proﬁ le, you may have access to hands-on instruction, practice, and

assessment. Log in to your SAM account (http://sam2007.course.com) to launch any assigned

training activities or exams that relate to the skills covered in this chapter.