Resize Columns and Rows in Excel: Overview There are many ways to resize columns and rows in Excel. You can adjust the width of columns to correct the display of longer cell entries. You can also adjust row height to accommodate larger fonts. To resize columns and rows in Excel, you must first select
Merge Changes in Copies of Shared Workbooks in Excel: Overview This lesson shows you how to merge changes in copies of shared workbooks in Excel. This is an older method of reviewing changes to a shared workbook in Excel, but it still works. You can merge changes in copies of shared workbooks in Excel
Record a Macro in Excel: Overview You can easily record a macro in Excel. Macros are small programs that record your actions as you perform a task in Excel. The actions are then saved as a Visual Basic Module, which is a type of program. When you run the macro later, it repeats your
Create a Data Model from External Relational Data in Excel: Overview You can create a data model from external relational data in Excel. Data models in Excel let you store multiple tables of information. They can then be used a data source for PivotTables, PivotCharts, and Power View reports. The choice to add
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
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
Freeze Panes in Excel: Overview You can freeze panes in Excel to view data in two separate sections of a long worksheet simultaneously. You can freeze panes in Excel to freeze one or two sections of a worksheet to prevent scrolling. This lets you scroll the unfrozen section of the worksheet to view two different worksheet