Formerly published as Excel in Business, this completely updated edition uses concise explanations, practical examples, and inside tips to cover every aspect of Microsoft Excel's spreadsheets, harts, databases, and macros.The formula =SIGN(SUM(A1:A3)) tells Excel to add the numbers 10, -20, and -5 ( resulting in the value -15) and determine whether the ... ROUND rounds the number referred to by its argument to however many decimal places you specify.
|Title||:||Microsoft Excel 3 companion|
|Author||:||Douglas Ford Cobb, Allan McGuffey, Mark Dodge, Cobb Group|
|Publisher||:||Microsoft Pr - 1991|