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Microsoft Excel 2007 Introduction Quick Reference Guide (Cheat Sheet of Instructions, Tips & Shortcuts - Laminated Card) Pamphlet – January 31, 2007
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Beezix was founded by trainers, and has always had a strong focus on the learner. Extensive industry experience made us aware of the need for a line of high-quality guides that were clear, accurate and concise, leading to the creation of the first Beezix Quick Reference guides in 1994.
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If you are an experienced user of Excel, and just want to learn where all of the commands you are familiar with have been moved to with the new "Ribbon" interface - forget it.
In going to the "Ribbon", Microsoft pulled the rug out from its established user base, purely for marketing reasons: to make everyone spend money on upgrading. The commands you spent years learning to access and use are still in there - somewhere. Good luck finding them.
This product is good for beginners, but not for experienced users who want to learn were everything is hidden in the new interface.
P.S. I am not of a fan of Microsoft, because of its long established (corrupt) marketing philosophy.
Now, if Amazon and the prisons would just allow prisoners to buy books on SD cards for tablets with no internet access..... Some prisons allow this from one vendor but the books are limited to the non-copyright books that are normally free and religious type books. No problem with paying for the books so the company can make a profit. However, the prisoners need books will help them adapt to life on the "outside" once they are released and books that let them know what's happening in the world and books that keep their minds going and make them think. Prisoners are generally allowed only ten books at a time because of space considerations. That's too few and a tablet or Kindle device could hold 1,500 in the space of a paperback. Prisoners may only have paperbacks or hardbacks with the covers removed. Considering the mass incarceration in this country, Amazon would surely make a huge profit by finding a way to sell e-books to prisoners. (Of course, the prisoners cannot have internet access for downloading, but sd cards work.)
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Works as a good reference for me so I do not have to google many timesPublished 5 months ago by Mark E. Wilkins
I use Excel so infrequently that I forget some things. This well organized guide helps to find things without the need to plod thru a big manual.Published 9 months ago by Dick1