Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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4. Click cell B5 , hold down the Ctrl key, and click cell C4 to select the non-contiguous
cells.
5. On the Home tab, in the Font group, click the Bold button.
Excel displays the cells’ contents in bold type.
6. Select the cell ranges B6:B15 and C5:H5 .
7. In the Font group, click the Italic button.
Excel displays the cells’ contents in italic type.
8. Select the cell range C6:H15 .
9. In the Font group, click the Border arrow, and then in the list, click Outside
Borders .
Excel places a border around the outside edge of the selected cells.
10. Select the cell range B4:H15 .
11. In the Border list, click Thick Box Border .
Excel places a thick border around the outside edge of the selected cells.
12. Select the cell ranges B4:B15 and C4:H5 .
13. In the Font group, click the Fill Color arrow, and then in the Standard Colors area
of the color palette, click the yellow button.
Excel changes the selected cells’ background color to yellow.
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