Excel Basics Introduction Video #5 – Formatting

Small business owners need to know how to organize their customers, costs, revenues, loans, financial information, and more in spreadsheet format.  This video, #5 in a  series produced for a regional micro lending organization, continues to introduce key skills to help you get started with Excel.  Formatting cells, columns, and rows saves a ton of time and will serve you well as you grow your business.

 

Excel Basics Video #1 – Introduction to Excel for Small Business

Excel Basics Video #2 – Opening up a Workbook

Excel Basics Video #3 – Arithmetic & Formatting

Excel Basics Video #4 – Sums and Averages

Excel Basics Video #5 – Formatting Cells

Excel Basics Video #6 – Autofill

 

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3 Replies to “Excel Basics Introduction Video #5 – Formatting”

  1. Another great video. In a future video you might like to mention shortcuts. I like to use the international ISO format for dates (2013-12-11), for example. I format the whole column by selecting it above the column and then choose the format and then by selecting a cell I hit “control” and the semi-colon key at the same time and it fills in today’s date. I like what you are doing and where you are heading.

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