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Part 1: Examining the Excel Environment
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What Happens After You Install Excel . . .13 Recovering from Crashes . . . . . . . . . . . . .15 Examining the Excel Workspace . . . . . . . .18 File Management Fundamentals . . . . . . . 29 Importing and Exporting Files . . . . . . . . . 48 Online Help Works Really! . . . . . . . . . . . 51
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Before you can get the feel of the controls, you need to know where they are. This chapter tells you where to find Microsoft Excel s tools and accessories.
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OK, this is really basic, but we have a moral obligation to briefly mention it anyway. There are two principal ways to start Excel:
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In Microsoft Windows XP, click the Windows Start button, and click Microsoft Office
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Excel 2003 (or All Programs, Microsoft Office Excel 2003). In Microsoft Windows 9x, Windows Me, or Windows 2000, click the Windows Start button, point to Programs, and then click Microsoft Office Excel 2003. In Windows Explorer, double-click any Excel file or shortcut.
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When you start Excel for the first time, you will be asked to register, or Activate, the program. The easiest way to do this is by allowing Excel to register online, assuming that your computer is connected to the Internet. Online registration is fast and painless and a lot easier than taking a postcard to the mailbox. It is also highly recommended. You may have qualms about any kind of owner registration, but with software, it s really a good idea trust us. When you register, you ll automatically be in the loop for bug fixes (there will certainly be a Service Release [SR] or Service Pack [SP] available within a year or so), updates, and special offers. Maybe registering a garden tool, for example, is not worth the annoyance of special offers, but if you essentially got a new tool for free in a few months, you just might go for it. You won t see too many upgrades for weed whackers, of course, but with software you can rely on getting an upgrade at some point.
Subscribing to Excel
They say that this is the future of software something lovingly referred to as the subscription model. It s a way of purchasing software that has been available to big companies for years, but only now is the idea being floated to the general public. 13
Part 1: Examining the Excel Environment
Microsoft Office Excel 2003 Inside Out A major software application is a living thing the moment one version is completed, teams of developers begin working on the next version, while other teams work on bug fixes for the version they just shipped. When you buy a box of software off the shelf, it s not so much a finished product as a work in progress. If you update your software semi-regularly, it becomes more like a magazine subscription than a weed whacker you buy once and throw away when it dies. So, the idea is, why not make software just like a subscription You make smaller, more regular payments, and you get automatic, periodic updates. Subscription might make excellent sense for frequent updaters, depending, of course, on the fee. If you purchased a standard shrink-wrapped retail version of Office or Excel, your product doesn t expire at all. But you can still purchase a subscription, which will transform yours into a subscription installation. Once you subscribe, you can always buy more time, just like you can with magazine subscriptions. Helpfully, the Microsoft Office Activation Wizard will remind you within 60 days of your subscription s expiration that it s time to renew.
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Why Are There So Many Bugs
There are probably not as many bugs as you think that actually affect your daily work. Such bugs are called showstoppers. Software almost never ships with showstoppers anymore; rigorous Beta-testing generally takes care of these problems. That said, all companies routinely ship software that is riddled with bugs it s the way of the software marketing world. Microsoft and every other software company are equally guilty. But why As the battle for market share raged among application developers in the 1980s and 1990s, the mantra among developers was Ship, ship, ship! They raced to see how fast they could release the next version of their product for two main reasons. First, all the other companies were moving at the same torrid pace, and everybody had to keep up. Applications lived or died because of feature checklists published in major computer magazines. If your product was in any way ill-represented in the published feature comparisons, your product was simply going to lose market share. If the new version of your program didn t make it into, for example, the Big Spreadsheet Showdown Issue, you and your development group were in deep doo-doo. Second, releasing an upgrade that is, a new version of an existing program offered for sale rather than being free represents a large infusion of income to software companies. This is where most of the money comes from for mature software products like Excel. Thus, the marketing folks would love to ship a new version every year, or even every six months! But not only did their customers have a hard time justifying the purchase of upgrades every year or less, software development groups themselves had a hard time keeping that kind of pace. It takes time to develop ideas for new features, write the software code, integrate the new code with the existing code and make sure it doesn t introduce major problems, and then to document, design, manufacture, market, and distribute the product. Plus, the more mature a program becomes, the more complex and unpredictable it becomes. Chaos theory starts to rear its ugly head. (Remember Jurassic Park )
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