Join Dennis Taylor for an in-depth discussion in this video Quick formatting tips, part of Excel Tips Weekly.
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- Excel has a number of keystroke shortcuts…related to formatting.…Certainly widely known by a lot of Excel users…is ctrl + b for bold and as we look at these…on the Home tab on the ribbon,…we see the keystroke shortcut referred to here.…And of course there are other features that we use…in formatting that are not so well known.…They've got keystroke shortcuts too.…For example, strikethrough.…When someone leaves this organization, we don't delete…the information about that person for a while.…We simply indicate that the person has left…by using the formatting feature, strikethrough.…
This has no impact whatsoever on content,…simply ctrl + 5 applies this feature.…This is what we also call a toggle.…ctrl + 5 removes it.…In a different worksheet here,…I want to highlight this data here,…not by using color, but I wanna put a border on it.…And anytime you wanna simple perimeter border,…you can use the keystroke shortcut, ctrl + shift + 7.…If you are familiar with border features,…you know that sometimes when you apply the features,…
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