Do you ever need the same heading information and/ or formatting in multiple sheets? Instead of inserting the information multiple times into each spread sheets here is how you can enter it only once. Simply hold down the CTRL and click on each Sheet tabs that you would like to group. Typically, the tab for the sheet you are in is white while the others are grey, but now all the sheets that you have grouped will be white. Once you have entered the information and completed the formatting you would like to appear on all your sheets, remember to go back and select an individual Sheet tab to ungroup the sheets.
New technology confuses all of us! This is not knowledge we are born with. It doesn’t seep into our brains as we sleep. So don’t let it get the best of you. Don’t feel like you’re the only one who struggles with new technology. Keep learning! Take a class! Watch a YouTube video. And most importantly, keep laughing!
This is a great tip for how to fill in PDF forms and email them with no printing or scanning involved!
Excel can be a little tricky in getting exactly what you want to print. In Excel we usually need certain records and/or columns to print, and it isn’t always separated on different pages. Here is a way to have exactly what you need print. First, highlight the cells you would like to print, and then click on the “Page Layout” Tab. In the middle of the “Page Setup” group you will click Print Area. Lastly, in the small drop down list click “Set Print Area”. Now when you go to print your document the only thing that will print will be the cells that you highlighted. If you ever need to print your whole document or change the area you need printed, just follow these same steps but click “Clear Print Area” instead.
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