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By Bernard Liengme

Completely up-to-date consultant for college kids, scientists and engineers who are looking to use Microsoft Excel 2013 to its complete strength. digital spreadsheet research has turn into a part of the standard paintings of researchers in all components of engineering and technology. Microsoft Excel, because the commonplace spreadsheet, has more than a few medical features that may be applied for the modeling, research and presentation of quantitative facts. this article offers an easy consultant to utilizing those capabilities of Microsoft Excel, guiding the reader from easy rules via to extra complex components reminiscent of formulae, charts, curve-fitting, equation fixing, integration, macros, statistical capabilities, and featuring quantitative data.

  • Content written in particular for the necessities of technology and engineering scholars and execs operating with Microsoft Excel, introduced totally brand new with the hot Microsoft place of work unlock of Excel 2013.
  • Features of Excel 2013 are illustrated via a wide selection of examples dependent in technical contexts, demonstrating using this system for research and presentation of experimental effects.

New to this edition:

  • The behind the curtain is brought (a new workplace 2013 feature); the entire ‘external’ operations like store, Print and so forth. at the moment are in a single place
  • The bankruptcy on charting is completely revised and up to date – Excel 2013 differs drastically from prior versions
  • Includes many new end-of-chapter difficulties
  • Most chapters were edited to enhance readability

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41 42 CHAPTER 3 Printing in Excel EXERCISE 1: QUICK PRINT AND PRINT PREVIEW In this exercise, we look at a way to quickly print a worksheet. Normally, this method is used only when we know that the printing parameters for the worksheet have previously been set, but since we will work with a small worksheet, the paper wasted will be minimal. a. xlsx where we did the van der Waals calculations. b. Print the worksheet by clicking on the Quick Print command on the QAT (see Exercise 1 of Chapter 1).

Next, we have a control from which we may select either portrait or landscape orientation. 9. Then, we have a paper size selection tool. 44 CHAPTER 3 Printing in Excel 10. The penultimate control allows us to set the margins on the paper. 11. The final control (scaling) is used to make the printout fit onto a specified number of pages. Suppose you have a print job that needs two pages but the second page would contain perhaps three rows from the worksheet. The Fit Sheet control lets us squeeze the print job onto one page.

But in Excel 2013, we have a much fuller range of functions: use Formulas / Function Library / Math & Trig to see what is available. It is essential that the reader remembers that Excel’s trigonometric functions expect the arguments to be in radians, not degrees, and that the inverse functions return values in radians. While the relationship π (radians)  180 (degrees) may be used to convert between the two measurements, it is wiser to use the conversion functions RADIANS and DEGREES; their use is demonstrated in the succeeding text.

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