If you are relatively new to using Excel, you will notice that learning to use all Excel formulas is no easy task. There are many different functions that can be accomplished by the use of these formulas such as mathematical calculations. This is not something you can accomplish by listing your data on a Word document. The simplest of all Excel formulas are those used to perform basic mathematical calculations such as addition, subtraction, division and multiplication. If you have never worked inside of an Excel spreadsheet, you are going to need to find a course that can teach you how to get started. These functions are among the most basic and are quickly learned by even the most inexperienced users.
Microsoft Excel 2003 has become the spreadsheet of choice for over 80% of corporate businesses around the world. One of the clear advantages of using Microsoft Excel 2003 over other spreadsheeting programs is the ability to have multiple people entering information into the same spreadsheet. This function in Microsoft Excel is called Shared Workbooks and we will go through how to setup this capability in this article.