In this video, staff author Jess Stratton shows users how to navigate the main areas of Microsoft Excel, including the Ribbon, right-click options, and backstage areas.
- [Instructor] Let's take a quick tour of the interface…for Excel, so that you can become familiar…with it as we go through the course.…At the top is the ribbon interface…that all Microsoft Office products share.…This is a tabbed interface that's grouped by category,…so if you're looking to do a particular task,…such as change the page margins,…the titles will tell you where to go.…The most commonly used items are in the Home tab.…If you can't find something in a particular ribbon tab,…click inside Tell me what to do.…From here, you can type exactly what you'd like to do.…
It will take you right where you want to go.…The exception to this tabbed interface rule…is the File tab.…I'm going to click on the File tab…and it's going to bring me into a special area…called Backstage view.…Here's where you can go to open new worksheets,…save your existing worksheets, print them,…share them, even export them.…You can click Account to sign in…to your OneDrive or Exchange account,…and you can also click Options to get into…
- Identify which option allows you to download all of your Google files at once.
- Explain what happens when you double-click the border on the right side of a column.
- List the formula that will copy the contents of one cell into the current cell.
- Identify the location where an excel file needs to be stored to work on it simultaneously with another user.