Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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APPLY FORMATS
to cells
Formatting enhances the presentation of reports.
Rows of column headings provide a visual orientation
to your data and highlight important information
about the structure and content of your data.
By using the Home tab, you can format cells in a
variety of ways. Clicking the launcher in the Font or
Alignment group opens the Format Cells dialog box,
which you can use to format numbers, align data
within or across cells, apply a variety of formats to
fonts, add borders, and fill cells with color. Many of
the options available to you in the Format Cells
dialog box are also available in the Ribbon. By using
the Ribbon, you can frequently apply a format with a
single click.
You can set off cells by applying a colored background
and changing the font color. You can set off columns
or other important information by applying borders.
When applying a border, you can choose the color,
style, and placement of the border.
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C REATE A F ILL
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Click the Home tab.
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Click and drag to select the cells
you want to format.
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Click here and then select a fill
color.
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l Excel applies a fill color to the
cells you selected.
C HANGE THE T EXT C OLOR
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2
Click and drag to select the cells
you want to format.
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2
Click here and then select a font
color.
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