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Microsoft® Excel® 2010 Inside Out by Mark Dodge and Craig Stinson

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Controlling Other Elements of the Excel 2010 Interface

In several important locations in Excel, you can control the way your worksheets appear on the screen. These include the View tab on the ribbon, shown in Figure 3-21, and the General and Advanced categories in the Excel Options dialog box. Some options, such as Gridline Color, are self-explanatory; here we’ll talk about options with “issues.”

The View tab on the ribbon contains commands you can use to control the appearance of your workbook.

Figure 3-21. The View tab on the ribbon contains commands you can use to control the appearance of your workbook.

The Show group on the View tab controls the display of the formula bar as well as the appearance of gridlines, column and row headings, and the ...

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