Commonwealth Computer Navigator's Certificate/Milestone 4/Pedagogical template/CCNC Module 4 design example
Module 4 Spreadsheets
Welcome to Module 4 Spreadsheets.
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Section 1: Getting to know the Application
CALC is the application we will be using to develop and work with spreadsheets. CALC is one of the applications of the OpenOffice suite.It is similar to Microsoft Excel and you can save your CALC spreadsheets in Excel for sending to Microsoft users. In this section we will become familiar with the basic features of the application and learn how to perform the basic operations that we will rely on later to work with CALC.
After studying this section you should be able to:
- Open and close CALC
- Identify the core components of the CALC screen.
- Open one and several spreadsheets; close a spreadsheet
- Create a new spreadsheet
- Save spreadsheets in different locations and under different conditions.
- Switch between worksheets in a single spreadsheet.
- Use Help functions in CALC
- Use tools to adjust settings.
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About this Module
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- Based on Open Office Version 2.0
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