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Excel 2007 Basic 1
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This is the first beginner class for the Microsoft Excel novice. You will learn: The Excel 2007 Interface & The Ribbon, Entering & Editing Data, The Formula Bar, Rows, Columns, Cells, Ranges, Worksheets & Workbooks, Formatting Data & Cells, Basic Math Calculations & Formulas, Saving, Loading, Printing Sheets

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Resize the screen Comment from Kathryn Cooney @ 10/24/2016
Hi.  I would like to see just the lesson on half my screen (eliminating the lesson numbers and settings), as I would like to open my own version of Excel and have it on the screen at the same time.  However, I am only able to reduce the size so the lesson screen gets smaller and the settings, etc. stay the same.  Thx.

Reply from Alex Hedley:

I'm in the middle of creating an iOS app so you could use that instead.

You could right click on the video and open frame in new tab but then you lose all the controls and auto advance etc.

This was the original idea for the AVP (Amicron Video Player) but that was discontinued, I nice little app.
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How do you change the default settings for letter Comment from Lee Shenk @ 9/29/2014
How do you change the default settings for letter size?

Reply from Richard Rost:

You have to use a custom template for new Excel documents. I'll cover this in a future class. If you need instructions now, contact my TechHelp team.
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Comment from Andrea Wells @ 1/9/2011
Some how I was working on the prgram in sheet 1 and at the end of the lesson i was on sheet 5 and all my infomation was on 5 not 1 why what did i do wrong

Reply from Richard Rost:

I really couldn't tell you. Perhaps you clicked on Sheet5 without realizing it?
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Comment from  Edwin Ford @ 10/24/2010
Richard:  I have Microsoft Excel 2010. I have to make some sign-in sheets with some vertical lines to put other information--How do I make a VERTICAL column or line on Excel?

I'll be glad when your 2010 stuff starts coming out; meantime I've bought all the 2007 Classes.  Your Classes are excellent and are just what I need.


Edwin Ford
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Comment from  Jackson Kanampiu @ 10/24/2010
This a great class am that am to learn.My problem is that am a slow learner. Thank to the instructor cause he we sit back and relux. Acourse can be  confusing to a first time listener.  
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