Learn how to utilize the Excel Printing Options to customize your printing.
Excel gives you a vast amount of options for printing spreadsheets, worksheets and specific print areas. For example, you can set repeating rows for each page printed or even set a specific area within a worksheet to print. NOTE: Prior to printing, it is a good idea to preview the worksheet to make sure it’s going to look the way you want it to. Below are the step by step instructions for Excel Printing. Continue reading “Excel Printing Options”
Learn how to use the AutoCorrect Options for the Office programs — Excel, OneNote, Outlook, PowerPoint and Word.
The AutoCorrect options allow you to correct misspellings, typos, capitalization errors, add symbols and ignore specified words. The autocorrect options are available in Excel, OneNote, Outlook, PowerPoint and Word. Below are the step by step instructions for setting and using the autocorrect options. NOTE: The steps are the same for all listed programs unless noted differently. Continue reading “AutoCorrect Options”
Learn how to utilize Excel AutoFill to quickly fill in cells where the data follows a pattern.
The Excel AutoFill feature allows you to quickly fill in cells where the data follows a pattern. You begin by typing in the pattern in a few cells and let Excel complete the list. Below are the step by step instructions for using AutoFill to enter Data and utilize its options. I’ve also include some AutoFill examples. Continue reading “Excel AutoFill”
Learn how to edit the Custom Dictionary within the Office Products.
The spell check feature compares the words within your documents with the words within the main Office dictionary. This dictionary contains most of common words but it may not contain some proper names, technical terms, acronyms and capitalizations. To combat this issue, you can add words and capitalizations to a custom dictionary to prevent the spell check feature from flagging them as misspelled. The custom dictionary applies to Office 2016 – Word, Excel, Outlook and PowerPoint, however the steps may differ slightly. Below are the step by step instructions for editing a Custom Dictionary in Word. Continue reading “Custom Dictionary”
Learn how to set the various Word Save Options. The skills learned here can also be utilized in Excel and PowerPoint.
The Word Options dialog box is where you can add and change Word settings used within your documents, set your personal information (metadata) stored with the document and any preferences you wish to set. The Word Save Options specifically work with the variables used when saving your documents, such as the format to use when saving, how often to save AutoRecover, AutoRecover file locations, Default local file location, etc. Similar Save Options are available in Excel and PowerPoint as well.
Below are the step by step instructions for accessing and change the Word Save Options. Continue reading “Word Save Options”
Learn about Excel Custom Lists — 1) Creating Custom Lists using the Options Feature; 2) Creating Custom Lists Using a Range of Cells; 3) Deleting Custom Lists; 4) Using Custom Lists within Spreadsheets
Excel custom lists can be used to fill or sort data within the defined order. By default, Excel provides s few built-in lists – Day of the Week and Day of the Month. You can also create your own custom lists.
Below are the step by step instructions for working with Excel Custom Lists, including Creating. Deleting and Using Custom Lists. Continue reading “Excel Custom Lists”
Learn how to use Excel Formulas and Functions.
A formula can contain any or all the following – functions, references, operators, and constants. Constants are values that are not calculated as they always remain the same. Below are the step by step instructions for using various Excel Formulas and Functions Features. Continue reading “Excel Formulas and Functions”
Learn how to Utilize the Excel Watch Window to monitor changes within cells on large worksheets.
When working with a large worksheet or a collection of related worksheets, the data may frequently change. The Excel Watch window allows you to save time by monitoring the results of selected cells in a separate window. Below are the step by step instructions for utilizing the Excel Watch Window. Continue reading “Utilizing the Excel Watch Window”
Learn how to create and work with Excel Headers and Footers.
It’s easy to add headers and footer to your Excel spreadsheets, similar to those added to Word documents. The Excel headers and footers allow you to include document details, such as titles, dates, page numbers, locations, etc. while also making the spreadsheet more professional looking in appearance. Below are the step-by-step instructions for working with Excel Headers and Footers. Continue reading “Excel Headers and Footers”
Learn how to create and modify Excel charts.
Charts allow you to visually convey the complex data contained within your Excel spreadsheets and workbooks in an uncomplicated manner. They allow you to pull together large amounts of data a pinpoint the most important aspects without lengthy explanations. They are a great way to “sum up” the information held within your Excel files. Below are the step-by-step instructions for creating a Pie Charts. However, you can take the information you learn and use it to create any of the types of Excel charts. Continue reading “Excel Charts”