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- Apr 24th, 2009
If you're in business, Numbers matters! Numbers tells the story of commerce and a scientific way of life. Put plans into action ... use Numbers '09!
Numbers '09 is an incredible application for creating spreadsheets on the Mac. With its deep formulas, integrated graphing features, and the ability to copy and past tables from web pages and other documents directly into your numbers project, Numbers '09 is your go-to app for any Mac-based spreadsheet application.
In this 5-hour title by macProVideo.com trainer Gary Atkins, you'll learn how to create formulas, format tables and cells, create intricate and descriptive charts, and work with multi-table spreadsheets. you'll even learn how to insert graphics and other media into your spreadsheets to really spice-up your display!
This is a comprehensive tutorial, but you don't need to watch the entire show. Use the detailed menus and keyword search functions to quickly find items of interest. For a full list of this tutorial's topics, check out the Table of Contents!
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Great tutorial! I think it's important for people to remember that this isn't a personal lesson. It's a tutorial created with absolute beginners and above in mind.
The pace is painful. Gary's slowness made it hard for me to follow along. I felt like I had to concentrate more on trying to concentrate than actually learning this application. The repetitiveness felt unnecessary and distracting. That said, when you get to the meat of this tutorial, there is some useful information to be learned.
I thoroughly enjoyed Gary's performance and explanations of the basics of Numbers 09. Even though many aspects of Numbers are similar to Pages and Keynote applications with which I am familiar, Mr Atkins very nicely detailed those features specific to Numbers. One thing I would have liked to see was a bit more 'advanced' functions of the program. I wish Gary worked with a few other templets and explained some of the formulas that are commonly used. Other than that, I am very glad I purchased this training program. Thank you. I look forward to a new iteration of iWork in the near future and MacProVideo's tutorials.
Good information but Gary Atkins makes this tutorial unbearable to watch. The tutorial length would have been half as long if he didn't speak so slowly and ... pause between ... almost every ... other word. I wish I could have watched it at double speed, it would have saved me an hour of my life and quelled the urge to shoot myself in the face.
Excellent tutorial. Sufficiently dumbed-down for a spreadsheet novice like me. I would like to see some advanced features of Numbers covered in a subsequent tutorial like "Look-Ups". Usual MPV high standard - well done to Gary and everyone else involved.
Great tutorial, very easy to follow and take in. From never having used a spread sheet to feeling confident that I can make my own. Thanks
Tutorial went through everything from every tool and formatting option to all the multiple ways to input and view data. Thought this was an excellent core video for Numbers. This gave me a great foundation for the basics and feel that I can explore the more complex spreadsheets without guessing every step of the way :)
Great I can now make my own templates . The instruction was very helpful best I have used.
Very Good tutorial. I want there was more about functions so hope can find in next tuorial more about functions.
This makes numbers so easy to use, excellent tutorial.
This one is really amazing! Open doors for the minds! Thanks a lot! Cheers!
I enjoyed the well-paced and detailed organization of the Numbers '09 101. It's obvious that Gary Atkins is aware that the viewer is a Mac-user and, perhaps, a visual learner like me and most of my students. I often use the techniques showm on the DVD tutorial(s) to teach my Grade 7-10 students and/or produce written instruction booklets for both students and faculty. Well Done! Thanks Fernando Toronto, ON, Canada