How to Enter Data into an Excel 2010 Worksheet


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Entering data in a worksheet

What we have in this worksheet is the beginning or maybe close to the ending of a simple basic expense report. And I want to show you few editing techniques before we go and use this. First thing you can see this Column A is not quite wide enough. Now you may know already but if you put your mouse pointer up here in the header in the border between Column A and Column B, when you get that two-headed mouse pointer, you can just sort of click and drag to the right. But how far you are supposed to go. Maybe you went too far, maybe not far enough. I am just going to press Ctrl+Z to undo.

A little tip here is when you get that two-headed arrow there between two columns, if you double- click the column auto fits. So it's now as wide as the widest item in the column. That's pretty cool. Now, let's fill in the months. You may know already to auto fill, so if you click on January, put the mouse pointer on that little Auto Fill dot in the lower right corner. Make sure the mouse pointer is a...

Entering data in a worksheet
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Entering data in a worksheet provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Bob Flisser as part of the Excel 2010 Essential Training

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Business Education + Elearning
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Excel
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