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

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ACTIVITY 4-5: Applying Cell Styles

Before You Begin

The my_sales_data.xlsx workbook file is open.

Scenario

You like the progress you have made formatting the sales data worksheet, but you think it's important for the people who will be viewing the worksheet at the sales meeting to be able to distinguish between raw data and data that has been calculated using formulas and functions. You'd also like to set off the sales rep's names a bit more from the rest of the worksheet data. So, you decide to apply cell styles to differentiate among the various data types. You also feel it would be a good idea to modify the default Title cell style to align more with your current formatting. You want to use the modified cell style in other workbooks to ...

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