Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
▪ Save your work whenever you do something you’d hate to have to do again.
▪ Assigning values to a workbook’s properties makes it easier to find your workbook by
searching in File Explorer or by using Windows 8 Search.
▪ Be sure to give your worksheets descriptive names.
▪ If you want to use a worksheet’s data in another workbook, you can send a copy of
the worksheet to that other workbook without deleting the original worksheet.
▪ You can delete a worksheet you no longer need, but you can also hide a worksheet in
a workbook. When you need the data on the worksheet, you can unhide it.
▪ You can save yourself a lot of cutting and pasting by inserting and deleting worksheet
cells, columns, and rows.
▪ By merging cells, you can add data labels that span multiple columns.
▪ Customize your Excel 2013 program window by changing how it displays your
workbooks, zooming in on data, adding frequently used buttons to the Quick Access
Toolbar, and rearranging or customizing the ribbon to meet your needs.