There are many different types of formatting options in Excel, but one that is often overlooked is the Format Cells dialog. This dialog gives you a variety of options to choose from when it comes to font type, alignment, borders and more. You can also apply specific formats to individual cells or ranges within a worksheet. In this post we’ll take a look at some ways you can use these features for your own spreadsheets! In this post we’ll take a look at some ways you can use these features for your own spreadsheets! __. Steps: To format cells or ranges, go to the Home tab on the Ribbon in Excel and click Format Cells. This will open up a dialog where you can choose from many different formatting options (like font type, alignment, borders). You can also apply specific formats to individual cells or ranges within a worksheet by clicking on the desired range with your mouse cursor and then choosing Formats.. under “Home” in the ribbon of tools. There are so many options available that it’s easier just to show them 🙂 Here is an example of how I formatted my first cell: [[content]]

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