Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Using the Format Cells Dialog Box
Figure 3-7:
Use the
buttons on
the mini-bar
to apply
common
formatting
changes
to the cell
selection
within the
Worksheet
area.
Additionally, the mini-bar contains the Format Painter button from the
Clipboard group of the Home tab that you can use to copy the formatting in
the active cell to a cell selection you make (see the “Fooling Around with the
Format Painter” section, later in this chapter for details).
Using the Format Cells Dialog Box
Although the command buttons in the Font, Alignment, and Number groups
on the Home tab give you immediate access to the most commonly used
formatting commands, they do not represent all of Excel’s formatting
commands by any stretch of the imagination.
To have access to all the formatting commands, you need to open the Format
Cells dialog box by doing any of the following:
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