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Defining cell styles
Defining cell styles
When you develop a worksheet, you will probably create a set
of formats you want to apply consistently to certain parts of it.
For example, you might always want your column headings to
be slightly larger and in a different font from the body of the
worksheet. You can save the formatting you want for a
worksheet element as a style, which you then can apply to
appropriate parts of your worksheets. Excel 2013 makes it easy to format
your cell contents using styles.
Apply a style
1 Select the cells that you want to change.
2 Click the Home tab.
3 In the Styles group, click Cell Styles.
4 Click a style.
TIP When you hover the mouse pointer over a style, the
selected cells change their appearance to preview how the cells
will appear if you apply that style.
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