In Excel 2010, when you need to delete data, remove formatting in a cell selection, or remove entire cells, rows, or columns, you have many options. Excel can perform two kinds of cell deletions in a worksheet[more…]
If you need to add new data within an existing Excel 2010 worksheet, you can insert new cells, columns, or rows in the worksheet rather than going through all the trouble of moving and rearranging several[more…]
Assign a descriptive name to a cell or range in Excel 2010 to help make formulas in your worksheets much easier to understand and maintain. Range names make it easier for you to remember the purpose of[more…]
If you’ve created a number of range names in an Excel 2010 worksheet, you can use the Name Manager to work with these names. The Name Manager provides a list of all names assigned in the current workbook[more…]
After you finalize an Excel 2010 worksheet by reviewing formulas and proofing text, you should consider protecting cells in the worksheet to guard against any unplanned changes. Each cell in the worksheet[more…]
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