Excel 2010 Tutorial for Beginners – Part 2 – Excel For Noobs

Excel 2010 Tutorial for Beginners - Part 2 - Excel For Noobs

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7 responses to “Excel 2010 Tutorial for Beginners – Part 2 – Excel For Noobs”

  1. djordjezivanovicva says:

    Best, thanks!!!

  2. iCindster says:

    thank you sooooo much! this was extremely helpful!

  3. Subjectmoney says:

    I have a much better series that I uploaded. Type in Excel For Noobs

  4. chiquitabonita33 says:

    I had a very hard time listening in. Your microphone kept going in and out and a lot of noise interruption.. Some of the information was helpful but I couldn’t understand all of it because your voice fades in and out and it’s not clear.

  5. Gemma Clare says:

    Sorry I mean C 11 etc. The formula cells are marked in colours, if i enter a £ or % symbol the formula turns to grey. If I enter $ it remains coloured and it works. But as I’m using £ why do I have to use the $ symbols in the formula? :S

  6. Surfwtw says:

    It works for me on my example. I have heard this before and will try to figure out where the problem is.

  7. Gemma Clare says:

    I’m in the UK and I have created a table similar to this but using £ instead of $. When I get to 8.17 when you start to add the $ signs in front of B 11, B 12, B13 I have inputted £ symbols in the same way but when i hit enter it comes up with error. Ive checked the formula numerous times and checked the data formatting is correct but it still will not work. Is there another way of doing it please?

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