Excel 2013: Advanced Formatting Techniques!
Get simple, powerful tips for making spreadsheet information readable and understandable in Excel 2013. Denzell Tudor shows how to emphasize specific cells with fonts, borders, and colour; adjust the positioning of cell contents; format numeric data; and add style and readability to worksheets. You will also learn how to add pictures to worksheets and discover automation techniques that take the drudgery out of formatting even the largest amounts of data.
• Adjusting fonts, cell borders, and fills
• Aligning text
• Indenting data
• Setting special formats for dates, times, phone numbers, zip codes, and more
• Creating formats based on formulas with conditional formatting
• Applying styles and themes
• Adjusting row heights and column widths
• Adding background images and pictures
• Outlining data
• Printing double-spaced data
We are happy to present Excel 2013: Advanced Formatting Techniques. When you are working with Excel there is no question that appearances count. A dull lifeless display won't get the attention it deserves, you need to know the scope of Excel's formatting features, and the quickest and best ways to get to them. In this course we will show you keystroke shortcuts to format numeric cells, how to use Conditional Formatting to apply formats dynamically, the most efficient ways to copy formats quickly, and numerous tools that had flare and visual interest to your worksheets. Excel gives you formatting tools that allow you to eliminate any doubt about what your data means. We are looking forward to showing them to you in Excel 2013: Advanced Formatting Techniques.
The skills acquired from this version are mostly applicable to newer versions of Excel.
If you think that Microsoft Excel is only for business purposes, you are wrong. Many use it for various personal needs at home too. Some of the features that you should understand about Microsoft Excel to unlock the potentiality of this application are working with spreadsheets, cell formatting, various menus and toolbars, entering of data and editing the same, navigating between various spreadsheets, formula calculation, inserting various functions like date/time, mathematical functions, using of various charts that are available, inserting, editing and deleting comments on cells, etc.
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