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Manual: Microsoft Excel 2007 for Engineers

Manual: Microsoft Excel 2007 for Engineers
Excel 2007 is a Microsoft product that is very useful for engineers. Excel is what is called a spreadsheet program. When you open Excel, you open a workbook which is a file used to store worksheets. A workbook can contain many different types of sheets (worksheets, chart sheets and other sheets). A worksheet is a computerized spreadsheet. A spreadsheet consists of rows and columns in which you can enter data like text, numbers and equations that display the results of calculations. A single worksheet contains 1,048,576 rows and 16,384 columns. By default, you get three worksheets in your workbook when you start Excel. The number of worksheets in a workbook is only limited by the available memory and system resources.
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