When you paste data into a cell in Microsoft Excel 2010, it is usually accompanied with a Paste Options button that appears near the target cell. This button provides additional pasting options that will allow you to modify the way that the copied data is pasted into the new location. But this Paste Options button can… Continue Reading How to Hide the Paste Options Button in Excel 2010
The gridlines that separate your cells in a Microsoft Excel 2010 spreadsheet are helpful for keeping cells visually distinct from one another. So when those gridlines are not visible, the data in your cells can seem very haphazard. If you are working with a spreadsheet in Excel 2010 and the gridlines have been hidden, then… Continue Reading Where Did the Gridlines Go in Excel 2010?
Microsoft Excel 2013 is one of the leading choices when you need to store data so that it can be analyzed and compared. But it is a program that is primarily meant to be viewed on a computer screen, and can be very difficult to work with when you need to print a spreadsheet. There… Continue Reading How to Print the Lines On Your Excel 2013 Spreadsheet
Excel documents are not primarily designed for printing, so it’s pretty common to encounter situations where a spreadsheet printout is kind of a mess. Whether all of your cell contents seem to run together, or column headers don’t print on anything but the first page, Excel’s default print settings need to be adjusted in most… Continue Reading Prevent Extra Pages from Printing in Excel 2010