New Microsoft Excel files often contain a couple of blank tabs where you can add data. But if you only need one tab for your current project, then you may want to get rid of the other ones to avoid confusion. Fortunately, you can learn how to delete a sheet in Excel and get rid… Continue Reading How to Delete a Sheet in Excel 2010
If you have finished creating or editing a spreadsheet in Microsoft Excel and then gone to print it out, you might find that it hasn’t printed all of the rows. Excel is notoriously difficult to print from, but often those issues are related to the spreadsheet not fitting properly on the page, or not including… Continue Reading Why Isn’t My Entire Spreadsheet Printing in Excel 2010?
Adjusting the size of the cells in your spreadsheet is a pretty common occurrence, so you will eventually need to know how to make a row bigger in Excel 2010. Whether it is due to an increased font size or multiple lines of data, it is something that can make your spreadsheet much easier to… Continue Reading How to Make a Row Bigger in Excel 2010
Being able to edit a visible property for one of your cells or worksheets in Microsoft Excel typically involves switching between the different tabs on the ribbon at the top of the window. There are a lot of tools and options on those menus that will typically allow you to achieve your desired result. But… Continue Reading How to Hide Tabs in Excel 2010
Microsoft Excel can be a difficult application to work with when you need to print a spreadsheet. One common problem involves getting your column to fit correctly. Fortunately, you can learn how to print all columns in Excel on one page. How to Fit All Columns on One Page in Excel 2010 Open your Excel… Continue Reading How to Print All Columns in Excel 2010 on One Page
It’s possible that you have already noticed how often the mouse cursor can change as you hover over various parts of your spreadsheet. These cursor changes typically indicate that there is some specific action or feature of Excel that is available if you click on the location. One such instance involves an autofill feature that… Continue Reading How to Fill Column With Same Value in Excel 2010
Taking advantage of the various convenience features in applications like Google Sheets or Microsoft Excel is a great way to make yourself more efficient. One of the options that you will find in Microsoft Excel 2010 is an “autofill” button that appears when you paste content into your cells. While the assorted options that are… Continue Reading How to Turn Off Autofill in Excel 2010
Have you seen the terms “worksheet” and “workbook” a lot when reading about Microsoft Excel? They may seem like the same thing, or at least fairly similar, but they have some important differences. A workbook in Microsoft Excel is the entire file and can contain worksheets inside of it. A worksheet is each individual tab… Continue Reading What is the Difference Between a Workbook and a Worksheet in Excel 2010?
Learning how to move a row in Excel 2010 is a good way to quickly adjust the layout of the data in an Excel worksheet. Data isn’t always in its ideal spot when you first add it to a spreadsheet in Microsoft Excel 2010, so it is not uncommon to need to move it around.… Continue Reading How to Move a Row in Excel 2010
Knowing exactly what you are working on is critical in Microsoft Excel, especially when you are adjusting a formula. One way to make this a bit easier is to remove the formula bar and maximize workspace on the screen. But if you have previously hidden the formula bar and now need to unhide it, then… Continue Reading How to Unhide Formula Bar in Excel 2010