Overall, with the release of Office 2010, the Office application had the most significant update with the addition of the ribbon format. This textbook, provides a comprehensive look into the Outlook application.
This book illustrates how EXCEL can be used to help scientists process, analyze, and present scientific data. EXCEL provides a flexible environment that can be used to prepare spreadsheet solutions for scientific data processing problems. It demonstrates step-by-step how to program EXCEL to perform appropriate tasks, automate repetitive data processing tasks, and prepare integrated documents by transferring data and graphics. It covers problems such as how to perform linear regression and use the built-in statistical tools of EXCEL, as well as addressing advanced topics such as graphing complex equations, model building and the use of VBA and macros for user interface. Though the examples emphasize chemical applications, the information provided will prove useful to all scientists.
Microsoft Report Builder in concert with Report Manger supports creating, publishing, and distributing sophisticated standard and ad hoc reports that can include drill-down and drill-through capabilities, charts and gauges, key performance indicators, and sparklines and databars for dashboard-like presentations. The book is intended for people who are comfortable with desktop applications, especially those by Microsoft, on Windows-based computers, and who have a need and interest in preparing reports using SQL Server and other data for themselves and others. Please see http: //www.zerobits.info/report-builder-book/ for more information
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