Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Chapter 4: Going Through Changes
Chapter 4
Going Through Changes
In This Chapter
Opening workbook files for editing
Undoing your boo-boos
Moving and copying with drag and drop
Copying formulas
Moving and copying with Cut, Copy, and Paste
Deleting cell entries
Deleting and inserting columns and rows
Spell-checking the worksheet
Corroborating cell entries with the Text to Speech feature
Picture this: You just finished creating, formatting, and printing a major
project with Excel — a workbook with your department’s budget for
the next fiscal year. Because you finally understand a little bit about how the
Excel thing works, you finish the job in crack time. You’re actually ahead of
schedule.
You turn the workbook over to your boss so that she can check the
numbers. With plenty of time for making those inevitable last-minute corrections,
you’re feeling on top of this situation.
Then comes the reality check — your boss brings the document back, and
she’s plainly agitated. “We forgot to include the estimates for the temps and
our overtime hours. They go right here. While you’re adding them, can you
move these rows of figures up and those columns over?”
As she continues to suggest improvements, your heart begins to sink. These
modifications are in a different league than, “Let’s change these column
headings from bold to italic and add shading to that row of totals.” Clearly, you’re
looking at a lot more work on this baby than you had contemplated. Even
worse, you’re looking at making structural changes that threaten to unravel
the very fabric of your beautiful worksheet.
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