While strikethrough is not something that a lot of people use, it can become really useful once you become comfortable with that type of formatting. You may already know how to draw a line through text in Google Docs or other word processing applications, but it’s also possible to draw line through text in Excel… Continue Reading How to Apply Strikethrough to a Cell in Excel 2013
Newer versions of applications often come with features that are meant to make things easier for users. Microsoft Excel is one such program, and the 2013 version of Excel has something called Live Preview that tries to show you how a change will look before you make it. But if you are having trouble with… Continue Reading How to Disable Excel Live Preview
It can be a lot of work to get your Excel spreadsheet finalized, and the data looking good, in a presentable format. You may have even already changed some print settings in anticipation of the worksheet not printing right. But when you go to print that spreadsheet and not all of it is there, then… Continue Reading Why Is Excel Cutting Off Text When Printing My Spreadsheet?
It’s a common task in Microsoft Excel 2013 to fill a row or column with a series of consecutive numbers. But doing it manually can be tedious, and there’s always the possibility of a typo that could create problems in the future. That’s why it’s so nice that there is a way to generate consecutive… Continue Reading Fill Cells With Consecutive Numbers in Excel 2013 Automatically and Quickly
Using the correct formatting option when you are working with data in an Excel spreadsheet can make it much easier for both you and your spreadsheet readers to understand your data. This formatting can often be as simple as choosing the right type of data, but it might also involve customizing the format settings until… Continue Reading How to Format Money Without the Dollar Sign in Excel 2013
Microsoft Excel spreadsheets, unlike ones that you create in Google Sheets, will not print gridlines or cell borders by default. Sometimes this is helpful, but other times it can be a problem. You can add gridlines or borders as needed in Excel, either from the Page Layout tab or the Home tab. If you need… Continue Reading How to Print Excel Without Lines in Microsoft Office 2013