Excel Lesson 2
You can align the contents of a cell horizontally and vertically within the cell.
Determines the best width for a column or the best height for a row, based on its contents.
A line around a cell's edge.
A collection of formatting characteristics you apply to a cell or range of data.
Removes formatting applied to a cell or a range of cells.
The design of text.
Determines the height of characters as measured in points.
Using effects such as bold, italic, and underling to add empasis to a font.
Enables you to copy formatting from one worksheet cell to another without copying the cell's contents.
Shifted to the right.
Shows the results of the different formatting options you can choose.
Combine into one cell.
Change the way data looks in a cell.
Changing the angle at which the data is displayed.
Combination of formatting characteristics such as alignment, font color, and borders.
Present collection of design elements.
Hidden from view
When the row height adjusts automatically to include additional lines until all the text is visible.
Displays numbers as zip codes, zip+4 codes, phones numbers, or Social Security numbers
Displays data in a format you design
Displays data as entered
Displays numbers with a fixed number of decimal places
Displays numbers with a dollar sign, a thousands separator, and two decimal places; however, dollar signs and decimal points do not necessarily line up vertically within a column.
Displays numbers with a dollar sign, a thousands separator, and two decimal places; dollar signs and decimal points line up vertically within a column.
Displays numbers as dates
Displays numbers as times
Displays the value of 0.5 as ½
Displays numbers in exponential (or scientific) notation
Displays numbers with two decimal places and a percent sign