Home Sample Files e-Books Books Wholesale Forums & Support Search Contact
Login
Basic Skills
Essential Skills Expert Skills Construction Kits
2016 2013 2010 2007 Apple Mac

Merge cells, wrap text and expand or collapse the formula bar:

Lesson 4-6 from: Microsoft Excel 2016 Essential Skills (138 Video Lessons)
This video walkthrough does not have voice narration. It is intended to be used as a supplement to the printed book or e-book.
Merge cells, wrap text and expand or collapse the formula bar
Play Video
Play The Video
ExcelCentral Icon ExcelCentral.com
Before you watch your first video you need to know three things!
1. This is a walk-through and not a stand-alone video lesson
The walk-through is intended to be used only with an e-book or paper book. Read and work through the printed lesson first. Only watch the video walk-through if you have difficulty with it.
2. Video walk-throughs do not have a sound track
Reading out the lesson steps (shown in the captions) wouldn't add any value. If a wordy narrative was added it would bloat the walk-through and make it less useful for its intended purpose.
3. Make sure that you use the interactive transcript and e-book button
Jump straight to the step you need to see using the interactive transcript. window. Just click on the step you need. Play with the other buttons too - you'll never have seen some of the features our player has before.
OK - I’ve got it! Don't show this again.
Play
Back 10 Seconds
Slower
Faster
Full Screen View
Online Video Course: Microsoft Excel 2016 Essential Skills
Session: Session 4: Making Your Worksheets Look Professional
Lesson: Lesson 4-6 Merge cells, wrap text and expand or collapse the formula bar Excel merge cells and wrap text. Thumbnail from Excel 2016 Essential Skills Lesson 4-6 Merge cells, wrap text and expand or collapse the formula bar.
Description:

This video lesson shows how to Merge cells, wrap text and expand or collapse the formula bar in Excel 2016. Merging is the name given to joining two or more Excel cells together to make one big cell. You'll see the Excel Merge and Center button used to quickly merge two Excel 2016 cells and center the text inside. You'll then merge several cells and use the Excel Wrap Text button to place a large amount of formatted text into one worksheet cell. This lesson also shows how to re-size the formula bar.

Share on Facebook
Share on Twitter
Share on Google+
Share on Reddit
Share on Tumblr
Share on StumbleUpon
Share by email