Like an interactive sheet of graph paper, Excel spreadsheets are divided into rows and columns that intersect to create boxes known as cells. Columns are labeled alphabetically (A, B, C…), and rows are labeled numerically (1, 2, 3…). You can enter alphanumeric data into any cell and use formulas and functions to perform calculations on that data. Then you can create charts and graphs to display the results.
For example, to create a simple monthly household budget, just type “Budget” in cell A1, and press ENTER. In cells A3 to AX (X stands for the row number of the final cell you fill with data), enter common expense categories such as mortgage, rent, food, utilities, and entertainment. In cells B3 to BX, enter projected expenses. Two cells below BX (if X equals 15, this cell would be B17), enter the formula to total your expenses: =SUM(B3:B15).
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