Excel Lesson 2 | Vocabulary
To specify how the contents of a cell are lined up horizontally or vertically within the cell.
An automatic determination of the best width for a column or the best height for a row, based on it's contents.
A line around the edges of a cell.
A collection of formatting characteristics you apply to a cell or range of data.
To remove all the formatting applied to a cell or range of cells.
The column letter.
The background color of a cell.
The design of text.
The height of characters in points.
A formatting feature you can apply to a font to change its appearance. Common font styles are bold, italic, and underlining.
A feature that copies format attributes such as colors, borders, and fill effects from an object, text, or cell in order to apply the same formatting to another object, text, or cell.
To shift data within a cell and insert space between the cell border and its content.
To combine multiple cells into one cell.
Changes the way data looks in a cell.
Rotates cell contents to an angle or vertically.
The row number.
A combination of formatting characteristics such as alignment, font, font size, font color, fill color, and borders that are applied simultaneously.
A preset collection of design elements, including fonts, colors, and other effects.
To hide text that does not fit in a cell.
To move data to a new line when the cell is not wide enough to display all the contents.