Set Margins in Excel: Overview To set margins in Excel worksheets before printing, open the “Page Setup” dialog box. To open the “Page Setup” dialog box, click the “Page Layout” tab in the Ribbon. Then click the “Page Setup” dialog box button in the lower-right corner of the “Page Setup” button group. Then click
Data Visualizations in Power View in Excel: Overview You can visualize report data in a Power View worksheet by adding data visualizations in Power View in Excel. To add data visualizations in Power View in Excel, drag a data field from the “Power View Field” task pane into the “Fields” section of the task
Create a New Workbook in Excel: Overview You can easily create a new workbook in Excel. A workbook is the default file type in Excel, much like a document is the default file type in Word. A workbook can contain multiple worksheets where the data is stored and manipulated in the columns and rows.
Add Excel Tables to a Data Model: Overview You can manually add Excel tables to a data model within a workbook. You can then use them as the data source for PivotTables, PivotCharts and Power View reports. Before doing this, however, first create the necessary tables within Excel. Also, to add Excel tables to
Format Data Labels in Excel: Overview You can format data labels in Excel if you choose to add data labels to a chart. To format data labels in Excel, choose the set of data labels to format. To do this, click the “Format” tab within the “Chart Tools” contextual tab in the Ribbon. Then
Insert an Excel Worksheet into a Word Document: Overview You can easily insert an Excel worksheet into a Word document to harness the power of Excel within Word. This helps Word users who like creating worksheets and performing calculations in Microsoft Excel. To insert an Excel worksheet into a Word document, you must have
Navigating Worksheets in Excel: Overview Navigating worksheets in Excel lets you view different worksheets in a workbook. To move from one worksheet to another, click the worksheet name tab of the worksheet to view. The worksheet name tabs appear in the lower-left corner of the workbook. You can also use keyboard shortcuts to
Trace Error in Excel: Overview Trace Error in Excel lets you trace arrows back to cells referenced by a formula if it displays an error. The Trace Error tool is available when auditing a worksheet within a workbook. Note that the formula cell that you select must contain an error to use the Trace Error