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Microsoft® Office Excel® 2013: Part 1, 2nd Edition by Tim Barnosky

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ACTIVITY 4-1: Modifying Fonts and Adding Hyperlinks

Data Files

C:\091051Data\Formatting a Worksheet\sales_data.xlsx

C:\091051Data\Formatting a Worksheet\supplemental_sales_data.xlsx

Before You Begin

Excel 2013 is open.

Scenario

You have updated and checked the spelling of the worksheet you plan to present at the upcoming meeting. Your supervisor requested that you include all sales data in your presentation, so you have already unhidden the hidden sales data columns. Now you would like to make the worksheet more visually appealing and easier to read for the meeting attendees. You decide to start by making some text formatting changes to the worksheet text. Also, you want to include a link to a document containing supplemental sales data. ...

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