Split Panes in Excel: Overview To split panes in Excel when viewing a large worksheet, use the “Split” command in Excel. This command lets you split the Excel worksheet into different panes. Each pane contains its own horizontal and vertical scroll bars. Therefore, you can scroll each pane separately to view information from different
Change the Chart Type in Excel: Overview After creating a chart, you can change the chart type in Excel. Alternatively, you can also choose a different sub-type of the same general chart type you first selected. Either way, note that if you change the chart type, you may lose custom formatting you have applied
Remove Cell Formatting in Excel: Overview You can remove cell formatting in Excel to clear all the currently applied cell formatting. Removing cell formatting is also called clearing cell formatting. Doing this lets you remove cell formatting that causes problems from selected cells. When you remove cell formatting in Excel, it does not affect
Insert Slicers and Delete Slicers in Excel: Overview You can easily insert slicers and delete slicers in Excel. In Excel, slicers visually filter data within Tables, PivotTables, PivotCharts, and Power Pivot tables and charts. To insert a slicer into a worksheet, select one of these types of objects within a worksheet. Then click “Insert”
Format Error Bars in Charts in Excel: Overview You can format error bars in charts in Excel if you add them to a chart. To format error bars in charts in Excel, first choose the set of error bars to format. To do this, click the “Format” tab within the “Chart Tools” contextual tab.
Move a Chart in Excel: Overview You can easily move a chart in Excel. When you insert a new chart into a worksheet, it appears as an embedded chart object in the worksheet. When you embed a chart in a worksheet, you can move it and also resize it in the worksheet. Before you
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
Compare Workbooks in Excel: Overview This lesson shows you how to compare workbooks in Excel. To compare workbooks in Excel, first open the workbooks to compare to each other. To then compare them side by side, with each workbook taking an equal portion of the screen, click the “View” tab in the Ribbon. Then