# Beginning Excel. Revised 4/19/16

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1 Beginning Excel Objectives: The Learner will: Become familiar with terminology used in Microsoft Excel Create a simple workbook Write a simple formula Formatting Cells Adding Columns Borders Table of Contents: Terminology... 1 Typing into Cells... 2 Changing Cell Size... 3 Making Text Bold... 3 Merge and Center... 4 Using a Formula... 4 Copying a Formula..5 Adding Rows & Columns Add a Page to a Workbook... 7 Naming a Page in a Workbook... 7 Copying and Pasting Data into a Worksheet... 8 Sorting...9 Formatting Borders Adding Color Typing More Than One Line in a Cell Revised 4/19/16

2 Terminology Worksheet = a row-and-column matrix sheet on which you work Spreadsheet = this type of computer application Workbook = the book of pages that is the standard Excel document. Cell The workbook is made up of cells. There is a cell at the intersection of each row and column. A cell can contain a value, a formula, or a text entry. Rows, Columns, and Sheets The Excel worksheet contains 16,384 rows that extend down the worksheet, numbers 1 through The worksheet contains 256 columns that extend across the worksheet, lettered A through Z, AA through AZ, BA through BZ, and continuing IA through IZ. The Excel workbook can contain as many as 256 sheets, labeled Sheet 1 through Sheet 256. The initial number of sheets in a workbook, which can be changed by the user, is 16. Cell references Cell references are the combination of column letter and row number. For example, the upper-left cell of a worksheet is A1. Beginning Excel 1

3 Typing into Cells 1. In cell A1, type Keyboarding 4 th Period Grades 2. Type as follows: Cell A2 type Student s Name Cell B2 type Test1 Cell C2 type Test 2 Cell D2 type Test 3 Cell E2 type Average 3. Type in cells: A3 Monroe, Marilyn; A4 Presley, Elvis; and A5 Eastwood, Clint 4. Type in cells: B3 90; C3 75; and D Type in cells: B4 75; C4 80; and D Type in cells: B5 90; C5 85; and D Type in cell A6 Average Beginning Excel 2

4 Changing Cell Size 1. Point with your mouse between the A and B columns. When the cursor changes to a line crossed by a double-sided arrow, click and drag the column to the right. This will make the A column wider. 2. Point with your mouse between the B and C columns. When the cursor changes to a line crossed by a double-sided arrow, quickly double click the left mouse button. Notice that the column automatically adjusts to fit the text. 3. Adjust the width of all columns through E. Making Text Bold 1. Select cell A1 by clicking on the cell. Then, point to the B icon on the tool bar. 2. Bold the text in cells: A2; B2; C2; D2; E2; and A6. Bold icon Beginning Excel 3

5 Merge and Center Click in cell A1 and drag through cell E1 to select all cells. Release the left mouse button. With your mouse, click the Merge and Center icon on the toolbar. This will center your heading. Merge and Center Icon Using a Formula 1. Click and highlight B3, C3, and D3 2. Click the dropdown menu icon next to the AutoSum and choose Average Beginning Excel 4

6 Copy formula to other cells 4 Point to the right bottom of cell E3 until you get the plus sign. 5 When you get the plus sign, click and hold down the left mouse button. 6 Drag through cell E5 7 Excel will automatically fill in averages for Cells E4 and E5. Excel will automatically calculate the formula and copy it in the cells you highlight. 8 Now use the same method as above to find the average for Test 1, this will be in Cell C6. Use the drag method to calculate the averages for Tests 2, Test 3, and Average. Beginning Excel 5

7 Adding Rows & Columns 9 Click on row 6 to highlight the entire row 10 Right click on top and choose insert or insert rows from pop up menu. 11 If necessary, choose Entire row from the following pop up menu To insert a column, click E column then right click on the E. Choose insert column, then choose Entire column if prompted. Beginning Excel 6

8 12 In your new row A6 enter Woman, Wonder in B6 enter 95, C6 enter 100, D6 enter In E2 enter Test 4 E3 enter 95, E4 enter 85, E5 enter 90, E6 enter 95 How do we get the Average formula to extend to F6, and E7?? (refer back to page 5 if necessary! ) Add a Page to a Workbook 14 At the bottom of the Excel page, click the + sign next to the tab that says Sheet 1 Automatically, a new page will appear called Sheet 2 Naming Pages in a Workbook 15 Right click over top of tab that says Sheet 1 and choose rename and call it Keyboarding then click OK Beginning Excel 7

9 16 Right click over top of tab that says Sheet 2 and choose rename and call it Homeroom click OK Copy & Pasting data from another worksheet 17 Open this spreadsheet in the downloaded version (we ve been working in the cloud this whole time) 18 Open your and download the excel file I sent you called Homeroom 19 Click the small triangle in between A and 1 cell to highlight all data. Right click and choose copy Beginning Excel 8

10 19 Go back to the Inservice Excel Spreadsheet workbook you ve created and click on Homeroom tab. Right click in cell A1 and choose paste. Ta-da!! You have just copied data from one Excel worksheet and pasted into your Excel Workbook! Sorting 20 Using the homeroom spreadsheet, click the small triangle again in the upper left corner to highlight all of the data and then click Sort and Filter and choose Sort A to Z This will sort the students by the first column in ABC order Beginning Excel 9

11 Custom Sorting 21 Click the small triangle again in the upper left corner to highlight all of the data and then click Sort and Filter and choose Custom Sort 22 Choose Add Level and sort by Column B based on values, then by Column A based on values. Click ok. This will sort your homeroom by their Tier Level THEN by ABC order. Through the sort box, you can sort by any column. A HINT, if you select only one column, it sorts only that column, not the entire document. Make sure you select what you want sorted before or your data will become mixed and confusing!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Formatting Cells Using the Homeroom list which you have opened, click on row 1. The entire row should be highlighted.: Beginning Excel 10

12 1. Using the mouse, place the cursor on this highlighted line and right click. 2. On the menu that appears, choose Format Cells 3. Choose the second tab: Alignment. 4. In the box for Horizontal, choose: Center. 5. In the box for Vertical, choose: Center. 6. In the Text control box, click to place a check beside: Wrap text. 7. Then, choose the tab for Font. 8. Choose Font style: Bold Size: 12 OK When you look at the Excel sheet, you will notice the top of the sheet looks like this: Using one of the techniques we used earlier to adjust column size, adjust the columns to suit you. 9.Choose column A and click the centering button on the Formatting toolbar: (Everything in the column should center. If it does not, click the centering button one more time. Sometimes it removes the centering command and has to be clicked a second time to apply centering to the entire column.) 10.Center the columns for: Tier, Test 1, Test 2, Test 3, and Test 4 Beginning Excel 11

13 Borders 1. Select all cells that have typing in them: 2. Using the mouse, place the cursor on the highlighted area and right click with the right mouse button. On the menu that appears, choose Format Cells 3. Choose the tab that says Border Beginning Excel 12

14 4. Under the Style: menu choose the bold line 5. When the bold line is highlighted, click the button that says: Outline 6. Click the line that shows a narrower line 7. Click the Inside box 8. Click OK 9. Click anywhere on the Excel sheet to turn off the selection of the cells. 10. Your chart should now have a heavy border with thin lines separating all the cells. ADDING COLOR 1. Select the cells that include the words: Last, First, Tier, Test 1, Test 2, Test 3, and Test 4 2. Right click on the highlighted cells and choose Format Cells again. 3. Choose the tab that says Fill 4. Choose a color. 5. Click OK. Beginning Excel 13

15 6. Your cells should now be colored! TYPING ON MORE THAN ONE LINE WITHIN ONE CELL It is possible to type more than one line within one cell. Choose a cell below the last name on the list you just finished formatting. Within the cell, type: This is a test. Hold down the Alt key and press Enter. Type: See it works. Then, press Enter again. Notice that both sentences appear in the same cell. CONCLUSION Congratulations, you can now use Excel to make your life easier. Use it to make charts, graphs, and lists. You can sort, add borders, and colorize. Practice and enjoy! Beginning Excel 14

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