An Immersion into Excel 2010 with JAWS for Windows Textbook Table of Contents

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Introduction
Access Technology Institute Copyright Notice
Configuring Excel
The Options Dialog
General Options
The Microsoft Excel Display
The Title Bar
Ribbon Tabs
Ribbon
Status Line
Quick Access Toolbar
Adding Items to the Quick Access Toolbar
Removing Items from the Quick Access Toolbar
Workbooks
Worksheets
Rows, Columns, and Cells
The Active Cell
Special JAWS Commands for Cells
Navigating a Worksheet
Inserting Data in a Cell
Deleting Data in a Cell
Creating your first Worksheet
Selecting Cells, Rows, Columns, and Regions
Selecting non-contiguous regions
Inserting Rows and Columns
Adding Multiple Rows and Columns
Deleting Rows and Columns
Hiding Rows and columns
JAWS Quick Settings for Excel 2010
Reading Column/Row Headings
Row and Column Totals
Navigating among worksheets
Formulas
Formatting Cells
Removing Formatting from Cells
Clearing Contents, Hyperlinks, Comments and More
Sizing Columns to Fit Text
Sizing Rows to fit Text
Renaming a Worksheet
Naming a Cell or Range of Cells
Goal Seek
Using the “Go to” of Excel
The Find Dialog
The Find and Replace Dialog
Go To Special
Additional Find and Select Options
Monitoring Cells with JAWS for Windows
Managing Text
Inserting Manual Carriage Returns
Wrapping Text
Customizing Cell Width and Height
Merging Cells
Center and Merging
Additional Merge Options
Sorting
Formatting Text
Microsoft Excel Font Dialog
Cell Borders
Formatting as a Table
Inserting Date and time
Creating Hyperlinks
Linking to a document
Linking to a Web Page
Linking to an Email
Linking to cells in  worksheets
Activating Hyperlinks
Absolute and Relative Values
Inserting Fractions
Inserting functions
Headers
Using the Autofill of Excel
Inputting the Same Data into a Range of Cells
Inputting a Series of Values
Filling a Linear or Growth Trend
Inserting Charts
Chart Tools Ribbon
Chart Layout Ribbon
Databases
Creating a Form for a Database
Filtering a Database

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