3 Things a Spreadsheet is Used For Organize Analyze Calculate Chart
Workbook vs. Worksheet – Workbook has many worksheets – Worksheet has rows, columns, and cells Columns are vertical identified by letters Rows are horizontal identified by numbers Cell is where they meet identified by letter & number (B22) Active cell identified by heavy black border (cell cursor)
Ways to Move From Cell to Cell Enter Tab Arrow F5 Name Box Mouse
Labels and Values Label: Text and/or symbols in a cell Value: Numbers in a cell that could be calculated with Numeric Label: Numbers in a cell that would not be used to calculate with like phone numbers or zip codes
Edit Text 1.Double-click 2.Click in Formula Bar Type column heading on more than 1 line 1.Type first line of heading 2.Press Alt + Enter 3.Type the second line Center title(s) over spreadsheet 1.Count number of columns with data 2.In title row, highlight cells as far over as data goes 3. Home tab, Alignment group, Merge and Center button
Size columns to fit 1.Double-click the line between column heading letters ######## Indicates the column is not wide enough to fit the data Add dollar sign ($) Home tab, Number group, click $ button Add borders 1.Home tab, Font group, Borders button
Center spreadsheet horizontally and vertically Page Layout tab, Page Setup group, Margins button Select Custom Margins Check horizontally and/or vertically Change page orientation (portrait or landscape) 1.Page Layout tab, Page Setup group, Orientation button Add footer Insert tab, Text group, Header & Footer tool OR Page layout view Add Gridlines and Row and Column Headings 1.Page Layout tab, Sheet Options group. 2.Check next to Print under Gridlines and/or Headings
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