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How to calculate average using open office calc tutorial

13-02-2015

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In this tutorial, I will show you how to calculate the average using open office calc.

Understanding how to calculate averages can be a very useful business tool.

Averages can be used to give you an overview of different aspects of your business such as average fuel cost per month, average phone bill per month, average staff wages per year etc. In this tutorial will use OpenOffice Calc to create a spreadsheet and then calculate averages.

If you're interested in learning more about OpenOffice then why not check out some of our other OpenOffice tutorials and learn something new today!

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