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Microsoft® Office Excel® 2003 Step by Step by Curtis Frye

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Applying an Existing Format to Data

Applying an Existing Format to Data

As you work with Excel, you will probably develop preferred formats for data labels, titles, and other worksheet elements. Rather than add the format’s characteristics one element at a time to the target cells, you can have Excel store the format and recall it as needed. You can find the predefined formats available to you in the Style dialog box.

Applying an Existing Format to Data

You can apply an existing style to a cell from within the Style dialog box. If none of the existing styles are what you want, you can create your own by typing the name ...

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