Join Dennis Taylor for an in-depth discussion in this video Exploring font choices not found on the Home tab, part of Excel Tips Weekly.
- [Instructor] Excel has a lot of formatting options under…the heading of Font.…And on the Home tab, you've got a font group…with lots of choices, but there…are additional ones as well.…First of all, you might not have recognized…and right now as we see the letter D here,…you might be saying well, don't you usually see a U there?…Well, there is an option for double-underlining…and if you click the arrow to the right here,…you will see those options.…So if for example, I click cell A1…and I want to choose double-underlining,…if that's active I can choose it…or click the drop-arrow, Double Underline.…
Or go back to Underline.…Or simply remove it by pressing the U.…But, if we click this button in the lower right-hand corner…of the font group or press Control-Shift-F,…either one, it takes us to this dialog box.…The Format Cells dialog box and the Font tab is active.…Now in addition to those two kinds…of underlining, we also see Single…Accounting and Double Accounting.…Let me close this dialog box momentarily,…because off to the side, we see depictions of these.…
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