Join Dennis Taylor for an in-depth discussion in this video Displaying tips when using Excel in presentations, part of Excel Tips Weekly.
- [Instructor] When you're using Excel…during a presentation,…perhaps in a small conference room with a large monitor…or maybe in a larger room hooked up to a projection system,…be thinking about the idea that you don't necessarily want…to display everything all the time.…There are two broad areas we want to focus on.…One is the content of a worksheet or workbook itself,…the other are the actual Excel elements like the menu…and this formula bar and the sheet tabs at the bottom.…Do we need to see those during a presentation?…Let's first focus on the actual content itself.…
As we're looking at this data on this worksheet here,…does the audience really need to see the ID number…and the phone number?…You want to keep that data there…but you don't necessarily want to display it.…We can certainly drag across the column letters,…right click and hide that information…and depending upon the audience…maybe those compensation numbers here,…the salaries here in column J,…or the job rating.…Should that be visible?…Well, ahead of time you'll decide and possibly…
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