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  • Excel Lesson 15

    1. 1. <ul><li>Create a Lesson 15 folder
    2. 2. Open a new Excel workbook
    3. 3. Finish and Submit Test Yourself 14-1 & 14-2 if you haven’t already</li></ul>Lesson 15Editing WorksheetsMs. York<br />
    4. 4. Editing a Worksheet<br />When you have built several worksheets, you start to see lots of things you would like to change<br />You can: <br />change column width and row heights<br />move and copy one or more cells or data<br />use built-in tools that make data entry fast and easy<br />print only parts of a worksheet instead of the whole worksheet<br />
    5. 5. Objectives<br />Work with ranges<br />Change column width and row height<br />Copy and paste data<br />Move data<br />Use AutoFill<br />
    6. 6. Working with Ranges<br />Range—group of adjacent cells that form a rectangle; can be a single row or column<br />Range address—identifies the location of this rectangle in the worksheet [upper left cell:lower right cell]<br />Range is C5:D14<br />
    7. 7. Selecting a Range of Cells<br />Drag the pointer across adjacent cells to select the range<br />Click a column or row heading to select the entire column/row<br />Make one corner of the range cell the active cell; then press Shift and click the opposite corner of the range<br />
    8. 8. Changing the Column Width and Row Height<br />Text that is too long to fit in its cell flows into the cell on the right if the cell is empty<br />If the cell on the right is not empty, the label is cut off<br />When a number (value) is too large to fit in a cell, ### symbols appear<br />
    9. 9. Changing the Column Width<br />Place the pointer on the vertical border between the column headings. (A two-headed arrow appears)<br />Drag to the right to widen the column; drag to the left to make it narrower<br />A ScreenTip displays the width as you drag<br />
    10. 10. Changing the Row Height<br />Place the pointer on the horizontal border between the row heading. A two-headed arrow appears.<br />Drag up to make rows shorter, drag down to make rows taller. <br />A ScreenTip displays the width as you drag<br />
    11. 11. Copying, Moving, and Pasting Data<br />Copy and paste (just like in Word)<br />Cut and paste (just like in Word)<br />Drag and drop<br />Select the cell or range of cells you want to move<br />Place the pointer at the edge of the selected cell/range until the drag-and-drop pointer appears (Don’t place the pointer over the small black rectangle in the lower right corner)<br />Hold down the mouse button and drag to the desired location. Release the mouse button.<br />
    12. 12. Using AutoFill<br />Series—a list of numbers, labels, or dates that follow a pattern (1,2,3,4…) (Jan., Feb., Mar…)<br />Use AutoFill to fill in a series in a row or column<br />Use the fill handle to fill the range<br />Fill handle—small black rectangle in the lower right corner of a selected cell/range<br />
    13. 13. Using AutoFill<br />Key the first number, label, or date in the first cell where you want your series to begin<br />Select the cell, and position the pointer on the fill handle<br />Drag across the row or down the column, filling the range with the series<br />
    14. 14. Complete<br />Submit Practice File – SS -Bumblebee<br />Complete Test Yourself 15-2<br />Save as directed and submit<br />Next Time:<br />

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