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How to Change the Excel Cell Shading Color in Excel 2010

Applying a formatting change to unformatted data in Microsoft Excel can be pretty straightforward. You simply select whatever text, number, or object you want to format, then you find the appropriate button or menu. But if you want to change something that is already formatted, such as if you want to remove an existing fill… Continue Reading How to Change the Excel Cell Shading Color in Excel 2010

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How to Print First Row on Every Page – Excel 2010

While there are a number of techniques that you can use to organize large amounts of data, such as giving a sheet tab a more descriptive name, or color coding rows or columns inside a worksheet, you can employ title rows and create row and column headings to make cells easier to identify. Excel 2010… Continue Reading How to Print First Row on Every Page – Excel 2010

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Where Did the Gridlines Go 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?