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Using the Mini Toolbar to Format Selected Text
Figure 3.32.
Figure 3.32. These worksheet navigation controls have been streamlined in
These worksheet navigation controls have been streamlined in
Excel 2013.
Excel 2013.
The controls are only active when you have more tabs than are visible
across the bottom of the Excel window. Click the left or right icon to scroll
the tabs one at a time. Ctrl+click either arrow to scroll to the last tab. Note
that scrolling the tabs does not change the active sheet. It just brings more
tabs into view so you can then click the selected tab.
Just as in prior versions of Excel, you can right-click the worksheet navig-
ation arrows to see a complete list of worksheets. Click any item in the list
to move to that worksheet.
In certain circumstances, an ellipsis (...) icon appears in the worksheet nav-
igation area. This icon selects the worksheet to the left of the active sheet.
Using the Mini Toolbar to Format Selected Text
When you select some text in a chart title or within a cell, the mini toolbar
appears above the selected text. If you move away from the mini toolbar, it
fades away. However, if you move the mouse toward the mini toolbar, you see
several text formatting options.
In your initial use of Excel 2013, you might not see the mini toolbar. Although
you often select cells or ranges of cells, it is rare to select only a portion
of a cell value in Cell Edit mode. However, as you begin using charts,
SmartArt diagrams, and text boxes, you will have the mini toolbar appearing
frequently.
To use the mini toolbar, follow these steps:
11. Select some text. If you select text in a cell, you must select a portion
of the text in the cell by using Cell Edit mode. In a chart, SmartArt
diagram, or text box, you can select any text. As soon as you release
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