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مفاهيم وأنواع الحسابات وتوجيهها المحاسبي
بـ Excel 2003


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Microsoft Excel is a spreadsheet program that is used to store, sort and efficiently crunch numbers. Accountants use Excel to keep track of transactions for their company. Students might use Excel to help draw conclusions from the data they gathered on a science project.

No matter what you are using Excel for it is important that you have the basic knowledge required to do the everyday operations you will encounter while using this program.



If you have knowledge of the following actions/ideas then you should be able to follow along with our Excel Tutorial without a problem.
Can navigate and use the various menu options in the menu bar
Know how to right-click to open up a pop up menu
Know how to open, save, and close files
Have some free time to learn Excel!

If you need help with any of these problems, please consult a neighborhood teenager to assist you. Now let's get started learning the basics of Excel!


هذا المصنف مصمم لكل من
المحاسب المبتدئ
والمحاسب المتمرس

حيث يقوم باستعراض كل من


1. المفاهيم المحاسبية
(أهم المفاهيم المحاسبية بشرح مبسط)

2. أنواع الحسابات
(هل الحساب مدين أم دائن
وأيضا طريقة كتابة قيد ذلك الحساب)

3. التوجيه المحاسبي
(في أي حساب ختامي يجب أن يظهر كل حساب)

4. تطبيق عملي
(تطبيق لحالة عملية وقيود اليومية لها
وترحيلها إلى دفتر الأستاذ
ونوع الحساب)

طريقة الاستخدام






Welcome to Introduction to Excel 2003. This tutorial was designed both for users who are new to Excel or have very little experience using the functionality of Excel. It assumes that you have at least some familiarity with operating Microsoft office applications, for example opening and closing documents and using toolbars. Although it uses what is now the most recent version of MS Excel, you will most likely find that the lessons in this tutorial will work on earlier versions.

Excel offers an enormous number of possible functions, tools and options for use. Because there are so many things to learn about Excel, the approach of this tutorial is to give you a solid understanding of the basic functionality of Excel, show you a few essential tools and then explain some specific uses that you might find helpful for completing tasks and operations related to the library and information science field.

By using this tutorial you will learn how to:
Put Excel to use for LIS related projects
Work within and navigate your way around spreadsheets
Enter, format and sort data within cells
Import data into Excel
Print worksheets
Use formulas and functions
Develop Charts and Graphs


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Microsoft Excel is a spreadsheet program that is used to store, sort and efficiently crunch numbers. Accountants use Excel to keep track of transactions for their company. Students might use Excel to help draw conclusions from the data they gathered on a science project.

No matter what you are using Excel for it is important that you have the basic knowledge required to do the everyday operations you will encounter while using this program.



If you have knowledge of the following actions/ideas then you should be able to follow along with our Excel Tutorial without a problem.
Can navigate and use the various menu options in the menu bar
Know how to right-click to open up a pop up menu
Know how to open, save, and close files
Have some free time to learn Excel!

If you need help with any of these problems, please consult a neighborhood teenager to assist you. Now let's get started learning the basics of Excel!


هذا المصنف مصمم لكل من
المحاسب المبتدئ
والمحاسب المتمرس

حيث يقوم باستعراض كل من


1. المفاهيم المحاسبية
(أهم المفاهيم المحاسبية بشرح مبسط)

2. أنواع الحسابات
(هل الحساب مدين أم دائن
وأيضا طريقة كتابة قيد ذلك الحساب)

3. التوجيه المحاسبي
(في أي حساب ختامي يجب أن يظهر كل حساب)

4. تطبيق عملي
(تطبيق لحالة عملية وقيود اليومية لها
وترحيلها إلى دفتر الأستاذ
ونوع الحساب)

طريقة الاستخدام






Welcome to Introduction to Excel 2003. This tutorial was designed both for users who are new to Excel or have very little experience using the functionality of Excel. It assumes that you have at least some familiarity with operating Microsoft office applications, for example opening and closing documents and using toolbars. Although it uses what is now the most recent version of MS Excel, you will most likely find that the lessons in this tutorial will work on earlier versions.

Excel offers an enormous number of possible functions, tools and options for use. Because there are so many things to learn about Excel, the approach of this tutorial is to give you a solid understanding of the basic functionality of Excel, show you a few essential tools and then explain some specific uses that you might find helpful for completing tasks and operations related to the library and information science field.

By using this tutorial you will learn how to:
Put Excel to use for LIS related projects
Work within and navigate your way around spreadsheets
Enter, format and sort data within cells
Import data into Excel
Print worksheets
Use formulas and functions
Develop Charts and Graphs


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Microsoft Excel is a spreadsheet program that is used to store, sort and efficiently crunch numbers. Accountants use Excel to keep track of transactions for their company. Students might use Excel to help draw conclusions from the data they gathered on a science project.

No matter what you are using Excel for it is important that you have the basic knowledge required to do the everyday operations you will encounter while using this program.



If you have knowledge of the following actions/ideas then you should be able to follow along with our Excel Tutorial without a problem.
Can navigate and use the various menu options in the menu bar
Know how to right-click to open up a pop up menu
Know how to open, save, and close files
Have some free time to learn Excel!

If you need help with any of these problems, please consult a neighborhood teenager to assist you. Now let's get started learning the basics of Excel!


هذا المصنف مصمم لكل من
المحاسب المبتدئ
والمحاسب المتمرس

حيث يقوم باستعراض كل من


1. المفاهيم المحاسبية
(أهم المفاهيم المحاسبية بشرح مبسط)

2. أنواع الحسابات
(هل الحساب مدين أم دائن
وأيضا طريقة كتابة قيد ذلك الحساب)

3. التوجيه المحاسبي
(في أي حساب ختامي يجب أن يظهر كل حساب)

4. تطبيق عملي
(تطبيق لحالة عملية وقيود اليومية لها
وترحيلها إلى دفتر الأستاذ
ونوع الحساب)

طريقة الاستخدام






Welcome to Introduction to Excel 2003. This tutorial was designed both for users who are new to Excel or have very little experience using the functionality of Excel. It assumes that you have at least some familiarity with operating Microsoft office applications, for example opening and closing documents and using toolbars. Although it uses what is now the most recent version of MS Excel, you will most likely find that the lessons in this tutorial will work on earlier versions.

Excel offers an enormous number of possible functions, tools and options for use. Because there are so many things to learn about Excel, the approach of this tutorial is to give you a solid understanding of the basic functionality of Excel, show you a few essential tools and then explain some specific uses that you might find helpful for completing tasks and operations related to the library and information science field.

By using this tutorial you will learn how to:
Put Excel to use for LIS related projects
Work within and navigate your way around spreadsheets
Enter, format and sort data within cells
Import data into Excel
Print worksheets
Use formulas and functions
Develop Charts and Graphs


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Microsoft Excel is a spreadsheet program that is used to store, sort and efficiently crunch numbers. Accountants use Excel to keep track of transactions for their company. Students might use Excel to help draw conclusions from the data they gathered on a science project.

No matter what you are using Excel for it is important that you have the basic knowledge required to do the everyday operations you will encounter while using this program.



If you have knowledge of the following actions/ideas then you should be able to follow along with our Excel Tutorial without a problem.
Can navigate and use the various menu options in the menu bar
Know how to right-click to open up a pop up menu
Know how to open, save, and close files
Have some free time to learn Excel!

If you need help with any of these problems, please consult a neighborhood teenager to assist you. Now let's get started learning the basics of Excel!


هذا المصنف مصمم لكل من
المحاسب المبتدئ
والمحاسب المتمرس

حيث يقوم باستعراض كل من


1. المفاهيم المحاسبية
(أهم المفاهيم المحاسبية بشرح مبسط)

2. أنواع الحسابات
(هل الحساب مدين أم دائن
وأيضا طريقة كتابة قيد ذلك الحساب)

3. التوجيه المحاسبي
(في أي حساب ختامي يجب أن يظهر كل حساب)

4. تطبيق عملي
(تطبيق لحالة عملية وقيود اليومية لها
وترحيلها إلى دفتر الأستاذ
ونوع الحساب)

طريقة الاستخدام






Welcome to Introduction to Excel 2003. This tutorial was designed both for users who are new to Excel or have very little experience using the functionality of Excel. It assumes that you have at least some familiarity with operating Microsoft office applications, for example opening and closing documents and using toolbars. Although it uses what is now the most recent version of MS Excel, you will most likely find that the lessons in this tutorial will work on earlier versions.

Excel offers an enormous number of possible functions, tools and options for use. Because there are so many things to learn about Excel, the approach of this tutorial is to give you a solid understanding of the basic functionality of Excel, show you a few essential tools and then explain some specific uses that you might find helpful for completing tasks and operations related to the library and information science field.

By using this tutorial you will learn how to:
Put Excel to use for LIS related projects
Work within and navigate your way around spreadsheets
Enter, format and sort data within cells
Import data into Excel
Print worksheets
Use formulas and functions
Develop Charts and Graphs


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Excel made its debut on the Macintosh in 1985 and has never lost its position as the most popular
spreadsheet application in the Mac environment. In 1987, Excel was ported to the PC, running under
Windows. It took many years for Excel to overtake Lotus 1-2-3, which was one of the most successful
software systems in the history of computing at that time.
There were a number of spreadsheet applications that enjoyed success prior to the release of the IBM PC
in 1981. Among these were VisiCalc and Multiplan. VisiCalc started it all, but fell by the wayside early
on. Multiplan was Microsoft's predecessor to Excel, using the R1C1 cell addressing which is still
available as an option in Excel. But it was 1-2-3 that shot to stardom very soon after its release in 1982
and came to dominate the PC spreadsheet market.