For the freshman Introduction to Engineering course.
“A highly visual, step-by-step approach to solving engineering problems with Excel.
” This book was written with the understanding that students get frustrated by multi-step procedures that illustrate only the final outcome.
Ron Larsen, in his hallmark approach, provides screen images for each and every each step allowing students to easily follow along as they try to perform each task.
Considered the “little brother” to Ron Larsen’s “Engineering with Excel,” “Introduction to Excel, Fourth Edition”is specifically targeted at freshmen engineering students.
This text seeks to teach the basic Excel skills that undergraduates will use in the first few years of engineering courses.
Larsen maintains some of the unique qualities included in the text by the original author — computer scientist David Kuncicky — while also including chapters on database management and collaborating with other engineers.
This is ideal for engineers interested in using Excel to solve engineering problems.
The new edition is consistent with Excel 2007, including “Ribbon.