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MS Excel is not afree program. You will need to purchase a copy of MS Office which includes Excel. For an alternative free program OPEN OFFICE is a full-featured officesuite that's compatible with Microsoft Office. If you want Open Office you can download this free program. Click on this link to download :- http://www.openoffice.org/
1. Go to: http://www.verbatim.com/support/support.cfm?open=Downloads 2. Under "Downloads", click "Hardware Storage". 3. Click "FireLite XPress Portable Hard Drive". 4. Click "FireLite XPress Downloads & Manual". This will take you to the page where you can download the software & manual for the HDD.
You can import data from one sheet to another. If you want to bring a total from Sheet 1 to Sheet 2, then in Sheet 2 enter [=sheetname!cell] (without the brackets of course. You will now have the data from Sheet 1 in a cell in Sheet 2 and you can do anything you want with it. One note: if the sheet name has a space in it (Sheet Name) you have to enclose the name in single quotes; that tells it that the whole thing is the name. For example, Monthly Sales, A10 is the total for last month; to put it in this month for a running total, you would enter in Sheet 2 ['Monthly Sales'!A10] (without the brackets again). Now you can have a running total between the two sheets.
If you right click the cell in question and go to Format Cells..., on the protection tab there should be a check mark in the locked box. Go to the tools menu and choose Protect and Protect Sheet, enter a password and your cells will be protected.
Any cells you want to allow changes to when the sheet is protected should have the Locked checkmark removed.
If you don't have MS Office, then you will have to purchase either the Excel component as a stand alone but you would be better off with the whole MSOffice as it contains your Word processor, Database, Excel, Powerpoint presentation software and in the 2003 version also Publisher.
It is not too badly priced anymore, but if you cant afford it then you may be able to borrow a copy whilst you are doing your course from a friend, but you will have to uninstall it afterwards.