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  • Importing & Exporting Data Applications of Spreadsheets

  • Importing and Exporting DataClearly, the ability to import, export, and otherwise exchange data can directly impact your productivity. There are important techniques for exporting your worksheets importing data from text files, alternate spreadsheet formats, and other external sourcessharing data among all of the Microsoft Office 2003 applications.

  • Saving and Exporting Structured Data Selecting an Export Format for EX1041.xls

  • Warning Dialog Box During Export to a Text File

  • Information Dialog Box

  • Displaying an Exported Worksheet using Notepad

  • Importing Data Using File Type Converters

  • Importing Data using the Text Import WizardStep 1 of 3Text files exported from other programs typically use commas, quotation marks, and tabs as delimiters between fieldsLocation of the text file to be importedPreview of the file contents to be imported

  • Importing Data using the Text Import WizardStep 2 of 3Select the delimiter used to separate the columns of data

  • Importing Data using the Text Import WizardStep 3 of 3Click a column in the Data preview area and then select a data format

  • Importing a Text File into a Workbook

  • Importing Data From External SourcesThe previously created database and Web query files appearing in your list area may differ from theseLaunch the Data Connection Wizard to establish a connection to an external data source

  • Import Data Dialog BoxSpecify the external data range in the worksheetSpecify options for refreshing (re-importing) and formatting the dataEdit the data connection query parameters before importing the data. This is an advanced feature

  • Import Data Dialog BoxThe external data range begins at cell A1 and extends down and to the right until all records and fields are importedThe External Data toolbar appears, allowing you to quickly refresh the data or to change the data range properties

  • External Data Range Properties Dialog BoxSpecify when to run the query definition and refresh the dataAs specified using these options, the data is imported with field names in row 1 and columns are formatted to their best-fit widthYou must save the query definition so that Excel 2003 knows how to refresh the data in the worksheetUse these options to specify how data is to be entered into the worksheet when refreshed

  • Opening a Data Connection in Microsoft Internet ExplorerMicrosoft Office Web Components are used to display the results of the ODC data file connectionThe ODC file is stored in the My Data Sources folder, beneath My Documents, and can be viewed using the File Open command

  • Microsoft Query Application Window

  • Importing Web DataExample Web query files installed with Microsoft Office Excel 2003

  • Enter Parameter Value Dialog Box

  • Executing a Web QueryThe four stock symbols (AMZN, ADBE, MSFT, and SEBL) are represented on these four rows

  • New Web Query Dialog BoxEach arrow icon represents a table area in the Web page that you may import into the workbookClick this arrow icon to select the entire Web page for importing

  • Loading a Local Web PageClick this arrow icon to select the table of values for importing

  • Web Query Options Dialog BoxSelect either of these options to preserve formatting

  • Importing an HTML TableTo edit the Web query, click this button to return to the dialog box

  • AutoCorrect Options Dialog BoxSelect this check box to enable the Smart Tags feature in your workbooks

  • Round-Tripping with HTMLYou will select this area of the Web page to copy to the Clipboard

  • Copying and Pasting Data using Drag & Drop

  • Saving a Worksheet as an Interactive Web PageSpecifying that the Web page include the Spreadsheet Office Web component

  • Displaying a Web Page with the Spreadsheet Office Web ComponentSpreadsheet Office Web component toolbar

    Section 4.1.1 - Naming Cell Ranges

    Concept:Naming a cell rangeMethod:To name a cell range, select the desired range to name and choose one of the following methods:click in the Name box above the worksheet, type a name for the range and press the Enter keyinclude the row and/or column headers in the selection and choose the Name menu item from the Insert menu. Then choose the Create menu item which displays the Create Names dialog window. In the resulting window, check the boxes (Top row, Left column, Bottom row, and Right column) where the headers are located and press the OK button. Named ranges will be created for each data series found in the location specified by the check boxes.Notes:None. Section 4.1.1 - Naming Cell Ranges

    Concept:Naming a cell rangeMethod:To name a cell range, select the desired range to name and choose one of the following methods:click in the Name box above the worksheet, type a name for the range and press the Enter keyinclude the row and/or column headers in the selection and choose the Name menu item from the Insert menu. Then choose the Create menu item which displays the Create Names dialog window. In the resulting window, check the boxes (Top row, Left column, Bottom row, and Right column) where the headers are located and press the OK button. Named ranges will be created for each data series found in the location specified by the check boxes.Notes:None. Section 4.1.1 - Naming Cell Ranges

    Concept:Naming a cell rangeMethod:To name a cell range, select the desired range to name and choose one of the following methods:click in the Name box above the worksheet, type a name for the range and press the Enter keyinclude the row and/or column headers in the selection and choose the Name menu item from the Insert menu. Then choose the Create menu item which displays the Create Names dialog window. In the resulting window, check the boxes (Top row, Left column, Bottom row, and Right column) where the headers are located and press the OK button. Named ranges will be created for each data series found in the location specified by the check boxes.Notes:None. Section 4.1.1 - Naming Cell Ranges

    Concept:Naming a cell rangeMethod:To name a cell range, select the desired range to name and choose one of the following methods:click in the Name box above the worksheet, type a name for the range and press the Enter keyinclude the row and/or column headers in the selection and choose the Name menu item from the Insert menu. Then choose the Create menu item which displays the Create Names dialog window. In the resulting window, check the boxes (Top row, Left column, Bottom row, and Right column) where the headers are located and press the OK button. Named ranges will be created for each data series found in the location specified by the check boxes.Notes:None. Section 4.1.1 - Naming Cell Ranges

    Concept:Naming a cell rangeMethod:To name a cell range, select the desired range to name and choose one of the following methods:click in the Name box above the worksheet, type a name for the range and press the Enter keyinclude the row and/or column headers in the selection and choose the Name menu item from the Insert menu. Then choose the Create menu item which displays the Create Names dialog window. In the resulting window, check the boxes (Top row, Left column, Bottom row, and Right column) where the headers are located and press the OK button. Named ranges will be created for each data series found in the location specified by the check boxes.Notes:None. Section 4.1.1 - Naming Cell Ranges

    Concept:Naming a cell rangeMethod:To name a cell range, select the desired range to name and choose one of the following methods:click in the Name box above the worksheet, type a name for the range and press the Enter keyinclude the row and/or column headers in the selection and choose the Name menu item from the Insert menu. Then choose the Create menu item which displays the Create Names dialog window. In the resulting window, check the boxes (Top row, Left column, Bottom row, and Right column) where the headers are located and press the OK button. Named ranges will be created for each data series found in the location specified by the check boxes.Notes:None. Section 4.1.1 - Naming Cell Ranges

    Concept:Naming a cell rangeMethod:To name a cell range, select the desired range to name and choose one of the following methods:click in the Name box above the worksheet, type a name for the range and press the Enter keyinclude the row and/or column headers in the selection and choose the Name menu item from the Insert menu. Then choose the Create menu item which displays the Create Names dialog window. In the resulting window, check the boxes (Top row, Left column, Bottom row, and Right column) where the headers are located and press the OK button. Named ranges will be created for each data series found in the location specified by the check boxes.Notes:None. Section 4.1.1 - Naming Cell Ranges

    Concept:Naming a cell rangeMethod:To name a cell range, select the desired range to name and choose one of the following methods:click in the Name box above the worksheet, type a name for the range and press the Enter keyinclude the row and/or column headers in the selection and choose the Name menu item from the Insert menu. Then choose the Create menu item which displays the Create Names dialog window. In the resulting window, check the boxes (Top row, Left column, Bottom row, and Right column) where the headers are located and press the OK button. Named ranges will be created for each data series found in the location specified by the check boxes.Notes:None. Section 4.1.1 - Naming Cell Ranges

    Concept:Naming a cell rangeMethod:To name a cell range, select the desired range to name and choose one of the following methods:click in the Name box above the worksheet, type a name for the range and press the Enter keyinclude the row and/or column headers in the selection and choose the Name menu item from the Insert menu. Then choose the Create menu item which displays the Create Names dialog window. In the resulting window, check the boxes (Top row, Left column, Bottom row, and Right column) where the headers are located and press the OK button. Named ranges will be created for each data series found in the location specified by the check boxes.Notes:None. Section 4.1.1 - Naming Cell Ranges

    Concept:Naming a cell rangeMethod:To name a cell range, select the desired range to name and choose one of the following methods:click in the Name box above the worksheet, type a name for the range and press the Enter keyinclude the row and/or column headers in the selection and choose the Name menu item from the Insert menu. Then choose the Create menu item which displays the Create Names dialog window. In the resulting window, check the boxes (Top row, Left column, Bottom row, and Right column) where the headers are located and press the OK button. Named ranges will be created for each data series found in the location specified by the check boxes.Notes:None. Section 4.1.1 - Naming Cell Ranges

    Concept:Naming a cell rangeMethod:To name a cell range, select the desired range to name and choose one of the following methods:click in the Name box above the worksheet, type a name for the range and press the Enter keyinclude the row and/or column headers in the selection and choose the Name menu item from the Insert menu. Then choose the Create menu item which displays the Create Names dialog window. In the resulting window, check the boxes (Top row, Left column, Bottom row, and Right column) where the headers are located and press the OK button. Named ranges will be created for each data series found in the location specified by the check boxes.Notes:None. Section 4.1.1 - Naming Cell Ranges

    Concept:Naming a cell rangeMethod:To name a cell range, select the desired range to name and choose one of the following methods:click in the Name box above the worksheet, type a name for the range and press the Enter keyinclude the row and/or column headers in the selection and choose the Name menu item from the Insert menu. Then choose the Create menu item which displays the Create Names dialog window. In the resulting window, check the boxes (Top row, Left column, Bottom row, and Right column) where the headers are located and press the OK button. Named ranges will be created for each data series found in the location specified by the check boxes.Notes:None. Section 4.1.1 - Naming Cell Ranges

    Concept:Naming a cell rangeMethod:To name a cell range, select the desired range to name and choose one of the following methods:click in the Name box above the worksheet, type a name for the range and press the Enter keyinclude the row and/or column headers in the selection and choose the Name menu item from the Insert menu. Then choose the Create menu item which displays the Create Names dialog window. In the resulting window, check the boxes (Top row, Left column, Bottom row, and Right column) where the headers are located and press the OK button. Named ranges will be created for each data series found in the location specified by the check boxes.Notes:None. Section 4.1.1 - Naming Cell Ranges

    Concept:Naming a cell rangeMethod:To name a cell range, select the desired range to name and choose one of the following methods:click in the Name box above the worksheet, type a name for the range and press the Enter keyinclude the row and/or column headers in the selection and choose the Name menu item from the Insert menu. Then choose the Create menu item which displays the Create Names dialog window. In the resulting window, check the boxes (Top row, Left column, Bottom row, and Right column) where the headers are located and press the OK button. Named ranges will be created for each data series found in the location specified by the check boxes.Notes:None. Section 4.1.1 - Naming Cell Ranges

    Concept:Naming a cell rangeMethod:To name a cell range, select the desired range to name and choose one of the following methods:click in the Name box above the worksheet, type a name for the range and press the Enter keyinclude the row and/or column headers in the selection and choose the Name menu item from the Insert menu. Then choose the Create menu item which displays the Create Names dialog window. In the resulting window, check the boxes (Top row, Left column, Bottom row, and Right column) where the headers are located and press the OK button. Named ranges will be created for each data series found in the location specified by the check boxes.Notes:None. Section 4.1.1 - Naming Cell Ranges

    Concept:Naming a cell rangeMethod:To name a cell range, select the desired range to name and choose one of the following methods:click in the Name box above the worksheet, type a name for the range and press the Enter keyinclude the row and/or column headers in the selection and choose the Name menu item from the Insert menu. Then choose the Create menu item which displays the Create Names dialog window. In the resulting window, check the boxes (Top row, Left column, Bottom row, and Right column) where the headers are located and press the OK button. Named ranges will be created for each data series found in the location specified by the check boxes.Notes:None. Section 4.1.1 - Naming Cell Ranges

    Concept:Naming a cell rangeMethod:To name a cell range, select the desired range to name and choose one of the following methods:click in the Name box above the worksheet, type a name for the range and press the Enter keyinclude the row and/or column headers in the selection and choose the Name menu item from the Insert menu. Then choose the Create menu item which displays the Create Names dialog window. In the resulting window, check the boxes (Top row, Left column, Bottom row, and Right column) where the headers are located and press the OK button. Named ranges will be created for each data series found in the location specified by the check boxes.Notes:None. Section 4.1.1 - Naming Cell Ranges

    Concept:Naming a cell rangeMethod:To name a cell range, select the desired range to name and choose one of the following methods:click in the Name box above the worksheet, type a name for the range and press the Enter keyinclude the row and/or column headers in the selection and choose the Name menu item from the Insert menu. Then choose the Create menu item which displays the Create Names dialog window. In the resulting window, check the boxes (Top row, Left column, Bottom row, and Right column) where the headers are located and press the OK button. Named ranges will be created for each data series found in the location specified by the check boxes.Notes:None. Section 4.1.1 - Naming Cell Ranges

    Concept:Naming a cell rangeMethod:To name a cell range, select the desired range to name and choose one of the following methods:click in the Name box above the worksheet, type a name for the range and press the Enter keyinclude the row and/or column headers in the selection and choose the Name menu item from the Insert menu. Then choose the Create menu item which displays the Create Names dialog window. In the resulting window, check the boxes (Top row, Left column, Bottom row, and Right column) where the headers are located and press the OK button. Named ranges will be created for each data series found in the location specified by the check boxes.Notes:None. Section 4.1.1 - Naming Cell Ranges

    Concept:Naming a cell rangeMethod:To name a cell range, select the desired range to name and choose one of the following methods:click in the Name box above the worksheet, type a name for the range and press the Enter keyinclude the row and/or column headers in the selection and choose the Name menu item from the Insert menu. Then choose the Create menu item which displays the Create Names dialog window. In the resulting window, check the boxes (Top row, Left column, Bottom row, and Right column) where the headers are located and press the OK button. Named ranges will be created for each data series found in the location specified by the check boxes.Notes:None. Section 4.1.1 - Naming Cell Ranges

    Concept:Naming a cell rangeMethod:To name a cell range, select the desired range to name and choose one of the following methods:click in the Name box above the worksheet, type a name for the range and press the Enter keyinclude the row and/or column headers in the selection and choose the Name menu item from the Insert menu. Then choose the Create menu item which displays the Create Names dialog window. In the resulting window, check the boxes (Top row, Left column, Bottom row, and Right column) where the headers are located and press the OK button. Named ranges will be created for each data series found in the location specified by the check boxes.Notes:None. Section 4.1.1 - Naming Cell Ranges

    Concept:Naming a cell rangeMethod:To name a cell range, select the desired range to name and choose one of the following methods:click in the Name box above the worksheet, type a name for the range and press the Enter keyinclude the row and/or column headers in the selection and choose the Name menu item from the Insert menu. Then choose the Create menu item which displays the Create Names dialog window. In the resulting window, check the boxes (Top row, Left column, Bottom row, and Right column) where the headers are located and press the OK button. Named ranges will be created for each data series found in the location specified by the check boxes.Notes:None. Section 4.1.1 - Naming Cell Ranges

    Concept:Naming a cell rangeMethod:To name a cell range, select the desired range to name and choose one of the following methods:click in the Name box above the worksheet, type a name for the range and press the Enter keyinclude the row and/or column headers in the selection and choose the Name menu item from the Insert menu. Then choose the Create menu item which displays the Create Names dialog window. In the resulting window, check the boxes (Top row, Left column, Bottom row, and Right column) where the headers are located and press the OK button. Named ranges will be created for each data series found in the location specified by the check boxes.Notes:None. Section 4.1.1 - Naming Cell Ranges

    Concept:Naming a cell rangeMethod:To name a cell range, select the desired range to name and choose one of the following methods:click in the Name box above the worksheet, type a name for the range and press the Enter keyinclude the row and/or column headers in the selection and choose the Name menu item from the Insert menu. Then choose the Create menu item which displays the Create Names dialog window. In the resulting window, check the boxes (Top row, Left column, Bottom row, and Right column) where the headers are located and press the OK button. Named ranges will be created for each data series found in the location specified by the check boxes.Notes:None. Section 4.1.1 - Naming Cell Ranges

    Concept:Naming a cell rangeMethod:To name a cell range, select the desired range to name and choose one of the following methods:click in the Name box above the worksheet, type a name for the range and press the Enter keyinclude the row and/or column headers in the selection and choose the Name menu item from the Insert menu. Then choose the Create menu item which displays the Create Names dialog window. In the resulting window, check the boxes (Top row, Left column, Bottom row, and Right column) where the headers are located and press the OK button. Named ranges will be created for each data series found in the location specified by the check boxes.Notes:None. Section 4.1.1 - Naming Cell Ranges

    Concept:Naming a cell rangeMethod:To name a cell range, select the desired range to name and choose one of the following methods:click in the Name box above the worksheet, type a name for the range and press the Enter keyinclude the row and/or column headers in the selection and choose the Name menu item from the Insert menu. Then choose the Create menu item which displays the Create Names dialog window. In the resulting window, check the boxes (Top row, Left column, Bottom row, and Right column) where the headers are located and press the OK button. Named ranges will be created for each data series found in the location specified by the check boxes.Notes:None. Section 4.1.1 - Naming Cell Ranges

    Concept:Naming a cell rangeMethod:To name a cell range, select the desired range to name and choose one of the following methods:click in the Name box above the worksheet, type a name for the range and press the Enter keyinclude the row and/or column headers in the selection and choose the Name menu item from the Insert menu. Then choose the Create menu item which displays the Create Names dialog window. In the resulting window, check the boxes (Top row, Left column, Bottom row, and Right column) where the headers are located and press the OK button. Named ranges will be created for each data series found in the location specified by the check boxes.Notes:None. Section 4.1.1 - Naming Cell Ranges

    Concept:Naming a cell rangeMethod:To name a cell range, select the desired range to name and choose one of the following methods:click in the Name box above the worksheet, type a name for the range and press the Enter keyinclude the row and/or column headers in the selection and choose the Name menu item from the Insert menu. Then choose the Create menu item which displays the Create Names dialog window. In the resulting window, check the boxes (Top row, Left column, Bottom row, and Right column) where the headers are located and press the OK button. Named ranges will be created for each data series found in the location specified by the check boxes.Notes:None.