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Verifying Formulas Using Range Finder
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Lift your nger or
release the mouse
button to change
the column width.
Tap or click the
column C heading
above row 1 to select
the column.
While holding down
the CTRL key, tap
or click the column
D heading and
then the column H
heading above row 1
so that nonadjacent
columns are selected.
Tap or point to the
boundary on the right
side of the column H
heading above row 1.
Drag until the
ScreenTip indicates
Width: 7.50 (65 pixels). Do not lift your nger
or release the mouse button (Figure 2 – 52).
columns selected
ScreenTip shows
proposed column
width
Figure 2 – 52
4
Lift your nger or
release the mouse
button to change
the column widths.
Tap or click the
column E heading
and drag to select
the column F
heading.
While holding down
the CTRL key, tap or
click the column I
heading above row 1
so that nonadjacent
columns are selected.
Drag the right
boundary of column
F until the ScreenTip
indicates Width:
10.50 (89 pixels). Lift
your nger or release
the mouse button to change the column widths.
Tap or click anywhere in the worksheet, such as cell A18, to deselect the columns (Figure 2 – 53).
columns resized
cell A18 selected
Figure 2 – 53
Figure 2 – 53
Other Ways
1. Press and hold or right-click column heading or drag through multiple
column headings, press and hold or right-click selected heading,
tap or click Column Width on shortcut menu, enter desired column
width, tap or click OK button
 
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