Identifying range names in Excel

Suppose you define 2 range names ‘CAR’ and ‘BIKE.  There are two possibilities to identify range names. First option: Use Formulas tab, Data Manager, select Use in Formula, Paste Names […]

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Formatting text

You can have parts of text constants in one cell be different sizes, fonts, color, by selecting the text and using the tools from the formatting features in the Home […]

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Identifying range names in Excel

Suppose you define 2 range names ‘CAR’ and ‘BIKE.  There are two possibilities to identify range names. First option: Use Formulas tab, Data Manager, select Use in Formula, Paste Names […]

Read More

Formatting text

You can have parts of text constants in one cell be different sizes, fonts, color, by selecting the text and using the tools from the formatting features in the Home […]

Read More

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