Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Correcting Errors
1
Select the range B19:M19. Press
and hold or right-click the status
bar to display the Customize
Status Bar shortcut menu
(Figure 1– 69).
Customize Status
Bar shortcut menu
What is displayed on the
Customize Status Bar shortcut
menu?
This shortcut menu includes
several commands that allow you
to control the items displayed on
the Customize Status Bar shortcut
menu. The AutoCalculate area
includes six commands as well
as the result of the associated
calculation on the right side of
the menu.
Maximum
command
status bar
Figure 1– 69
2
Tap or click Maximum on the shortcut menu to display the Maximum value in the range
B19:M19 in the AutoCalculate area of the status bar.
Tap or click anywhere on the worksheet to cause the shortcut menu to disappear
(Figure 1– 70).
3
Press and hold or right-click the AutoCalculate area and then tap or click Maximum
on the shortcut menu to cause the Maximum value to no longer appear in the
AutoCalculate area.
Tap or click anywhere in the worksheet to cause the shortcut menu to disappear.
maximum value
displayed in
AutoCalculate area
Figure 1– 70
Correcting Errors
You can correct errors on a worksheet using one of several methods. The method you
choose will depend on the extent of the error and whether you notice it while entering
the data or after you have entered the incorrect data into the cell.
 
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