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ms excel training - Styles on a workbook

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Wed 20 Jun 2007, 16:57 replyReply Delegate Harriet said...

Harriet has attended:
Excel Advanced course

Styles on a workbook

How do you group a selection of styles on a workbook?

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Thu 21 Jun 2007, 13:49 replyReply Trainer Amanda said...

RE: Styles on a workbook

Hi Harriet

Thank you for your question.

To create a new style:

1. Select a cell that has the combination of formats you want to include in the new style.
2. On the Format menu, click Style.
3. In the Style name box, type a name for the new style.
4. To define and apply the style to the selected cells, click OK. To define the style without applying it, click Add, and then click Close.

Otherwise if you format the sheet how you wish to, then save it as a template, the sheet can be reused multiple times with the same formatting.

To save a file as a template, go to File - Save as and choose .xlt Excel template from the Save as type list before saving.

Amanda

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