|Most of the
everyday features of Excel are the same in Excel 5.0, Excel 7.0 (Excel
95), Excel 97 and Excel 2000. Therefore, you should be able to use the
material in most of these articles in all versions. Where there are significant
difference in the versions, the articles will discuss those differences.
With each new version, additional
features may have been added to an existing command causing a minor difference
is the keystroke or mouse commands used. If this is not discussed in an
article, you should still be able to proceed by keeping the objectives
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The solutions are written
using Windows version on the PC. The difference between the Mac and PC
are very minor. In most all cases, the differences are in the keyboards
or unique operating system matters. The Excel steps very seldom differ.
But again, conceptually, the solution is here, you may have to make minor
The emphasis is on the everyday,
basic features in the above discussion. The more complex the issue or in
the case of VBA the chances of differences are more likely to occur. In
any case, they will be mentioned in the article or the article will be
appropriately noted with the version number.