Often times we’ll have to change the way our data is displayed in our spreadsheets, to do this we can use the format cells shortcut. (Ctrl+1)
First we select the cells which we want to format, then press Ctrl and 1 at the same time.
You can change how the numbers are displayed in the Number tab, the sample box on the right will show you a preview of your data.
The Alignment Tab
Here you’ll see options on how to control content orientation in the selected cells. Control alignment, wrap, text direction and orientation.
The Font Tab
Use the font tab to adjust font family, style, size, effects, and color.
The Border Tab
Pretty self-explanatory, select the border style, color, and outline.
The Fill Tab
Select your background color and fill effects.
The Protection Tab
You can lock or hide formulas in cells after the workbook is protected.
Don’t be lulled into a false sense of security by worksheet protections; anyone can crack an Excel document if they want it bad enough.
Now you should be familiar with the Excel Format Cells options.