You might have noticed an increase in the number of spreadsheets on your newsfeed lately! Spreadsheets seem to be one of the most effective ways to get your point across to a large audience, but many people are intimidated by how these tools actually work. In this blog article, you will learn about formatting values and how Google Sheets differs from Excel.
Use the Format Number tool
In spreadsheets, you can increase an object’s impact it by formatting it with a certain number. You will find the Format Number tool in the ribbon’s Home tab. You can also find the number-formatter shortcut on your main toolbar. A good example of this is when you want to format a cell in a spreadsheet as negative numbers. When formatting cells, you should be careful not to use Excel’s system colors because they will end up showing up on the screen as background colors for that entire column or row of data.
Insert the OpenOffice tool for HTML
HTML is a language that is used to visually design the website. Using the Open Office Html tool, you can easily insert HTML into one of your spreadsheets for more energetic written content with an eye-catching look that will catch the attention of potential buyers and clients.
Paste and delete cells
When running a spreadsheet and you need to format something, it’s worthwhile to try paste and delete cells. Using the little cut down in the bottom of your box, you can now select cells that might be necessary for formatting and delete them. You can use this method to try and get that formatting presentation you have in mind.
Hide empty rows with formulas
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Formulas vs. data cells
There are a lot of formulas in spreadsheets. It is important to understand the difference between a formula and the data it’s used to calculate. Some examples of how this might be important: 1) a user explores a history data point, ignores the formula and makes changes to the data cell as opposed to only changing one number as per formulas. 2) formulas can have dependencies, meaning other parts of the spreadsheet directly affect what happens when you run them. 3) a formula should never be changed by an end user. If the formula is correct, it shouldn’t need to be modified. There are many other examples but these three all come to mind quickly and easily
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GIFs as edits
Rectangles: create an entire row of values from a range
The rectangle is a fundamental building block of spreadsheets. It can be used to create an entire row of values as well as rows and columns within the spreadsheet. Just like any other shape that you can add to your spreadsheet, rectangles can be formatted in many different ways. You vary the borders of your rectangle by including lines with your calculations and adjusting other appropriate settings to set the font size and color, add backgrounds or images, overwrite the background colors of cells, group cells into ranges, or design your data with conditional formatting based on certain criteria. Table 20-8 shows the settings you can use on your spreadsheet that reference the rectangle. You can verify that some of these are only available in Excel when a range including the object is made active or when the object is found using a formula between two other ranges.
Using Cell Styles
If you want to add borders and coloring to your cell, you should use cell styles instead. Although being able to change these attributes for each individual cell