Excel 2010 Tutorial For Beginners #7 – Formatting Worksheets (Microsoft Excel)

This updated tutorial shows how to apply Formatting to your worksheet including basic highlighting of text and numbers and applying colours. There is also a quick look at Print Preview and how to apply gridlines when printing. More tutorials to follow.


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chris corker says:

Yes very clear easy to follow steps, Many thanks

Nichol Gullie-Saulnier says:

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cynventure1 says:

Prepping for my Microsoft Excel Vendors Certification examination.  Your tutorial videos have been very helpful. They make sense, are easy to follow and the pace is just right!! Thank you!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! 🙂

SlyDoggMill says:

Not sure how 23-year-old me, who just graduated college last year has never had to learn Excel throughout school. Thanks for this.

Nelson Kanyi says:

Excellent presentation!!

Lady Boss says:

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Stacy Ani says:

great tutorial!
have learnt a lot so far…

justin tobias says:

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Nelson Kanyi says:

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Keyang Zhang says:

Thank you! Very clear and useful presentation for beginners.

André Martins says:

Thank you for all theese tutorials

Pranav Chandra says:

Is there any detailed video about formatting while printing?

Sehban Siddiqui says:

Thank you so much for these videos! I am an MBA student with absolutely ZERO excel experience. As you can imagine, excel is required for many of my classes. I have been putting it off for years because it seemed too complicated but these videos are fantastic! This makes learning Excel very easy! 

Parvez Shaikh says:

excellent tutorials, details share are informative, thank you



Heather M says:

I have had trouble at the end with adding the dash. It wants to do a function. Anyone else having this problem? I LOVE these tutorials. Thank you.

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Echo Lundy says:

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success2112 says:

Great tutorial, thanks for sharing it.

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Martin Howe says:

I wish it was as easy to commit to memory as it was to follow but certainly I’m finding it of great value. Thank you once again.

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Roth Lee says:

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Lady Boss says:

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Nebiat Berhe says:

Thank you so much for this tutorial. I am actually enjoying learning about Excel.
PS please upload PowerPoint tutorials, I really love how you explain without music

DiaborMagics Gametag says:

these tutorials are perfect! I already said so, but thank you! I have a question as well: I have a spreadsheet that has about 176 rows and maybe 6 or 7 columns. Is it possible to cut pieces out of the sheet and then paste those pieces next to each other, so that I’ll have 10 pieces next to each other in stead of beneath each other? Does that mess up my calculations/totals? Or wil the cell references change along with the new places where I’ll put the pieces?

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