Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Selecting a Cell
1 ENTER TEXT | 2 CALCULATE SUMS & USE FORMULAS | 3 SAVE WORKBOOK | 4 FORMAT TEXT
5 INSERT CHART | 6 NAME TAB | 7 PREVIEW & PRINT WORKSHEET
To Enter the Worksheet Titles
As shown in Figure 1– 4, the worksheet title, Personal Budget Worksheet, identies the purpose for which
the worksheet is being created in Chapter 1. The worksheet subtitle, Monthly Estimates, identies the type of data
contained in the worksheet. Why? A title and subtitle help the reader to understand clearly what the worksheet contains.
The following steps enter the worksheet titles in cells A1 and A2. Later in this chapter, the worksheet titles
will be formatted so that they appear as shown in Figure 1– 4.
1
If necessary, tap or
click cell A1 to make
cell A1 the active cell
(Figure 1– 5).
heavy border
indicates cell
A1 is selected
Note: To help you locate screen elements that
are referenced in the step instructions, such
as buttons and commands, this topic uses red
boxes to point to these screen elements.
Figure 1– 5
2
Type Personal
Budget
Worksheet in cell
A1 and then point
to the Enter box in
the formula bar to
prepare to enter
text in the active cell
(Figure 1– 6).
formula bar
Why did the
appearance of the
formula bar change?
Excel displays the
title in the formula
bar and in cell A1.
When you begin
typing a cell entry,
Excel displays two
additional boxes in
the formula bar: the
Cancel box and the
Enter box. Tapping or
clicking the Enter box completes an
entry. Tapping or clicking the Cancel
box cancels an entry.
text in active
cell overows
into adjacent
cells to the right
Figure 1– 6
 
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