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# Format and Modify Text and Display and Print Formulas

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### Format and Modify Text and Display and Print Formulas

1. 1. MicrosoftExcel 2007Objective 3: Creating andModifying Formulas
2. 2. In the Lesson you will learnhow to:1. Reference data in formulas2. Summarize data using formulas3. Summarize data using subtotals4. Conditionally summarize data using a formula5. Lookup data using a formula6. Use conditional logic in a formula7. Format or modify text using formulas, and8. Display and print formulas
3. 3. Format or Modify TextUsing a Formula• Change text formats using text functions• Convert text into columns• Combine columnar text into one column
4. 4. Change Text Formats UsingText Functions1. Click the cell where you want the formula result to appear2. Click the Formulas tab, click the Text button then choose a text function to use3. In the Functions Argument box click the cell containing text to convert then click OK
5. 5. Text FunctionsFunction Example Converts this in To this cell A1PROPER(A1) roberto gonzales Roberto GonzalesUPPER(A1) roberto gonzales ROBERTO GONZALESLOWER(A1) ROBERTO roberto gonzales GONZALESSUBSTITUTE(A1, Roberto Pedro“Roberto”,”Pedro”)
6. 6. Convert Text into Columns1. Select the cell or range containing the text to convert2. Click the Data tab, then click the Text to columns button3. Follow the wizards instructions to finish the process
7. 7. Combine Columnar Text intoOne Column1. Click the cell where you want the formula result to appear2. Click the Formulas tab, click the Text button, then click CONCATENATE3. In the Function Arguments dialog box click the cell containing the first text string to combine, press tab, click the second text string cell, then click OK
8. 8. Display and Print Formulas• Display and Hide formulas• Print formulas
9. 9. Display and Hide Formulas1. Click the Formulas tab, then click the Show Formulas button in the Formula Auditing group2. Click the button again to hide the formulasOR1. Press [Ctrl][`] on your keyboard
10. 10. Print Formulas1. Display the formulas as previously discussed2. Click the Office button, point to Print, click the Print Preview, adjust the page settings as needed then click the Print button in the Print group