D. Multi_cell Formatting Features: This section contains two very important features that solve common problems for new Excel users. The first is Wrap Text. Normally, when you enter text into a cell that extends beyond the size of the cell, it spills into the next cell. For example, if you type “Budgeted Items” into A1, some of the word “Items” spills into B1. Then, if you type into B1, you cover up any characters from A1 that extended into B1. The extra text from cell A1 still exists, but now it is hidden. If you dont want to widen the cells, click the Wrap Text icon on A1 _ this will split “Budgeted Items” into two stacked lines instead of one within A1. This makes the entire row taller to accommodate the content. Now, typing into B1 wont cover up existing text.
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.
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. 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.