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Sams Teach Yourself Microsoft® Office Excel 2003 in 24 Hours by Trudi Reisner

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Making Changes to the Worksheet

In a perfect society, you'd never need to edit your work. However, in the real world, you'll find yourself editing your cell entries time and time again. In addition to editing entries, you can delete an entry you've made. In fact, you can delete an entire row or column. You can also add rows and columns. A worksheet is a work-in-progress and, accordingly, can always be changed or improved.

Editing Cell Contents

Editing cell contents is easy. Double-click the cell that you want to edit and make your changes. You can edit the existing cell contents or replace them. When you're done, press the Enter key or one of the directional arrows, or click the green check mark on the Formula bar to enter the new data into the ...

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