Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Getting Started and Getting Around the Worksheet
C H A P T E R 2
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Getting Started and Getting
Around the Worksheet
More Addresses Than the Phone Book—Cells, and How to
Get There
Let’s start at square one—literally, by returning to Excel 2010’s blank worksheet, which is what you’ll
see when you enter the program, as shown in Figure 2–1:
Figure 2–1. The 2010 worksheet, or at least part of one
And, as you scan this rather panoramic scene, we’ll trot out a few more of those have-to-know
concepts, ones you’ll need to keep in mind in order to steer your course across all this territory spread
out before you. You’re looking at a worksheet —or more strictly speaking, part of a worksheet, an integral
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