Styles


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Styles

Styles may be the most underutilized feature in all of Excel. Styles are a very powerful way to apply formatting to your cells and an easy way to update or change the formatting to your cells. Let's take a look. If you'll browse to your Student Files and look at Chapter 9, you'll find another version of Quarterly_Sales and as you can see there's been some formatting applied. Every cell has some kind of a style. That style could be the default style or no style at all. If you go up to the Format menu and take a look at the style dialog box. You'll see that the Normal style effects Numbering, the Number Format, Alignment, Font, Borders, Patterns, that's the cell fill, and Protection, whether or not that's locked from being changed. You can modify an existing style, as you'll see from the drop-down box we have styles for commas, currency, and percent, or you can create a style quite simply. To create a style let's first apply some formatting to a cell ...

Styles
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Styles provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Mark Swift as part of the Excel 2003 Essential Training

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Business
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