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Numbers offers intuitive organization features, allowing users to focus more on analysis and presentation. In Numbers '09 Essential Training, David Rivers explores the important features of this spreadsheet application and introduces the new tools for formula development and charting. He walks through the new functionality of charts, tables, and templates, and shows how to make spreadsheets effective and eye-catching. Exercise files accompany the course.
Every spreadsheet has a table style that's designated as the default table style. It's the table style that gets applied to new tables when you add them. But you can choose any table style to be at the default, even a table style that you have created. Here in our Energy Saving Plan 09 spreadsheet, a new table style called Green Blue Ledger was created. But if we add a brand new table, click the Tables button and choose Headers for example, you'll notice it doesn't look like our other table, which uses the Green Blue Ledger style.
So let's change the default style to our Green Blue Ledger style. First we'll click Edit and Undo to remove the new table. Now let's move into the Styles pane, next to Green Blue Ledger. Click the button and choose Set as Default Style for New Tables. Now if we go up to the Tables button in the Toolbar, and select a new table such as Headers. Notice that the new default table style has been applied. It looks just like our other table above.
So by setting our own default table style, we'll never need to take the extra step of applying the style to new tables in our spreadsheet.
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