Excel 2010 Made Simple by Abbott Katz, MSL Made Simple Learning

By Abbott Katz, MSL Made Simple Learning

Get the main out of Excel 2010 with Excel 2010 Made uncomplicated - research the most important positive factors, comprehend what is new, and make the most of dozens of time-saving suggestions and tips to get your activity performed. Over 500 monitor visuals and uncomplicated directions advisor you thru the good points of Excel 2010, from formulation and charts to navigating round a worksheet and figuring out visible easy for purposes (VBA) and macros. Excel 2010 Made uncomplicated takes a realistic and powerful method of utilizing Excel 2010, exhibiting you the way to entire your commonest spreadsheet initiatives. you are going to the right way to enter, structure, type, and clear out your facts to determine what you must comprehend. you will see tips to position your facts in tables and named levels for simple entry, all of as a way to get you operating successfully and productively.

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5. Click OK. Once that’s done, enter CAL—that is, three characters, and press Enter; you’ll see Figure 2–47. Don’t say we didn’t warn you: A Warning Error Alert. The user will still be allowed to enter three characters anyway. Note the Continue? prompt, which is supplied by Excel. Adding Data Entry Instructions with Input Messages We’ve seen that Error Alerts tell the user if they’ve violated a data validation, and what they’ve done wrong. Input messages tell the user what sort of data is permitted in cells before the data is entered.

Selecting cells. Start by dragging (left screenshot) and when you’ve selected them all, release the mouse (right screenshot). Note that the cell pointer—the thick black border—has expanded to include all the selected cells, which have turned temporarily blue (with the exception of A6, the first cell we’ve selected. (Why A6 hasn’t changed color will be discussed a bit later in more detail, but the blank cell represents the cell in which the data will go when you start to type. It’s the blue color that tells you that these are the cells you’ve selected.

What happened? What happened is that the new phrase in C6 is simply claiming its own turf, so to speak. C6 was empty, after all, and all we did was enter a bit of text there— obscuring, but not deleting, that part of the text in B6 that had overstepped its bound. And how do I know that none of the text in B6 has been deleted? I can verify that fact by clicking on B6 and looking at the Formula Bar. You’ll see Figure 2–12. All there: the text in B6, revealed in the Formula Bar Now we can begin to understand how the Formula Bar reveals the data you’ve entered in a cell.

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