12. Worksheet Formatting and Management

Entering data into a sheet, such as labels (text), values, formulas, and functions, is only one aspect of creating a sheet. Formatting entries in cells so that certain information is highlighted or certain cells are emphasized can also be important. Creating a sheet that has visual appeal as well as a sensible layout can help to make all those columns and rows of information easier to understand.

In this chapter, we look at formatting cell entries. We look at how to format text labels, including how to wrap text in a cell or joined cells and also how to work with the formatting of values, such as numbers and dates. Coverage is provided on manipulating cells and cell entries as well as columns, rows, and ...

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