Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Surveying the Excel program window
Working with galleries
After you enter your data in a worksheet, you can change the
appearance of data and objects within the worksheet by using
galleries that appear on the user interface. The ribbon has three
types of galleries: galleries that appear in a dialog box, galleries
that appear as a drop-down menu when you click a user
interface item, and galleries that appear within the user interface
itself. The following graphic shows a styles gallery.
Excel 2013 lets you see how formatting will appear before you
apply a formatting change. Rather than make you apply the
change and then remove it if you don’t like how it turned out,
when you hover your mouse pointer over a style in a gallery,
Excel 2013 generates a live preview of how your data or object
will appear if you apply that style. All you need to do is move
your mouse to see what your objects will look like when you’re
TIP If positioning your mouse pointer over an icon in a gallery
doesn’t result in a live preview, that option might be turned off
in your copy of Excel 2013. To turn Live Preview on, click the File tab,
and then click Options to display the Excel Options dialog box. Click
General, select the Enable Live Preview check box, and click OK.
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