The Paste tool can paste anything in your clipboard into the selected cell, and typically retains everything including the value, formula, and format. However, Excel has a wealth of pasting options: you can access these by clicking the down arrow next to the Paste icon. You can paste what youve copied as a picture. You can also paste what youve copied as values only, so that instead of duplicating the formula of a copied cell, you duplicate the final value shown in the cell.
C. This lets you choose how many pages across and how many pages down youd like to print.
The Clear button lets you either clear the value, or just clear cell formatting.
G. Row and Column Formatting Tools: The Insert drop_down menu puts cells, rows, or columns before or after a selected area on the sheet, and Delete removes them. The Format drop_down lets you change the height of rows and the width of columns. It also has options for hiding and unhiding certain sections.