A. Basic App Functions: From left to right along this top green banner youll find icons to: reopen the Create a Workbook page; save your work; undo the last action performed and display which actions were recorded; redo a step thats been undone; select which tools appear below.
C. Position Formatting Tools: Align cell data to the top, bottom, or middle of the cell. There is also an option for angling the values displayed, which can make it easier to read. The bottom row has familiar options for left, center, and right alignment. There are also indent right and left buttons.
H. Recent versions of Excel allow for better collaboration _ insert comments on any cell or range of cells to add more context. You can open or close the comments so the worksheet doesnt get too cluttered.
F. Sheet Tabs: This is where the different sheets in your workbook can be found. Each sheet gets its own tab, which you can name yourself. These can be useful to separate out data so that one sheet doesnt get too overwhelming. For example, you might have an annual budget, where each month is a column, and each row is a type of expense. Instead of keeping every single year you track on one sheet and scrolling horizontally, you can make each tab a different year containing 12 months only.