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Audio course: So that's how! Great Excel features
In this Excel 2003 course, you'll learn how to view titles, compare workbooks, add numbers, copy repetitive numbers, and use conditional formatting.
Audio course: So that's how! Working with really big worksheets
In this Excel 2003 course you'll learn how to keep titles in sight, compare workbooks, add numbers, copy repetitive numbers, and use conditional formatting.
Demo: Freeze or unfreeze rows and columns
Excel 2007: View steps to lock or freeze rows or columns to keep them in view, or to split panes in your worksheet that can scroll separately from each other.
Insert or delete cells, rows, and columns
You can add columns, rows, or cells to an Excel 2007 worksheet or delete them. Columns insert to the left, rows above, and cells above or to the left.
Move or scroll through a worksheet
There are different ways to scroll through a worksheet . You can use the arrow keys, the scroll bars, or the mouse to move between cells and to move quickly to...
Password protect worksheet or workbook elements
To help improve your privacy in Excel 2007, a password adds protection to worksheets to help prevent others from changing, moving, or deleting important data.
Repeat specific rows or columns on every printed page
When an Excel 2007 worksheet spans more than one page, you can print row and column headings (also known as headers or labels) on every page.
Show or hide columns and rows
Show or hide columns and rows in a Excel 2007 worksheet. The first column or row of the worksheet is tricky to unhide, but it can be done.
Why do I see a "Cannot shift objects off sheet" message in Excel 2007?
Sometimes, the following message prevents you from inserting or hiding columns or rows in a worksheet. If you see this message, refer to the following table for...