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Monthly Archives: July 2014
By default, gridline is not printed on paper. Nevertheless, I would usually remove gridline when I submit my report, or paste part of a spreadsheet into PowerPoint or Word. Why? Simply for better look and feel. See the screenshots below to … Continue reading
Two different ways to replace Line Break with a space QUICKLY If you are trying to build a table of data which is analysis-friendly, DO NOT use line break in your fields and labels. Otherwise, you will create unnecessary steps … Continue reading
In Word, it is so simple to input a line break by pressing Enter. However in Excel, pressing Enter will take you to the cell below. To input line break in Excel requires just a simple key combination. What you … Continue reading
Let’s continue the topic of uncommonly used text alignment. This time, it’s Distributed. Honestly, another format rarely used in my work life. So what is it about?