F. Table or Sheet Formatting: Format as Table and Cell Styles allow you to use presets or customize tables (for example, with alternating row colors and highlighted header bars). Select your data range and choose a style to standardize formatting.
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.
However, spreadsheets have grown from simple grids to powerful tools, functioning like databases or apps that perform numerous calculations on a single sheet. You can use a spreadsheet to determine your mortgage payments over time, or to help calculate the depreciation of assets and how it will affect your businesss taxes. You can also combine data between several sheets, and visualize it in color_coded tables for an at_a_glance understanding. With all the new functionality, using a spreadsheet program can be intimidating for new users.
C. These tools are for inserting elements from other Microsoft products, like Bing Maps, pre_built information cards about People (from Microsoft accounts only), and add_ins from their store.