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Charts pivot tables and certain other objects may

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Charts, Pivot Tables, and certain other objects may have additional contextual tabs when the object is selected Backstage view (File tab) – note that this is new in Excel 2010 Properties (in the backstage view) Excel Help Press F1 or go to the question mark icon at the right side of the ribbon Enter and edit cell contents Moving around a worksheet (Enter, Shift + Enter, Ctrl + Enter, Tab, Shift + Tab)
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Fill handle o Dragging a formula or series to adjacent cells o Click on the fill handle (bottom right corner of the active cell or range) and drag to adjacent cells o Home Editing Fill Clear cell contents Undo/Repeat commands (Ctrl + z/Ctrl + y) Entering labels, values, and dates Press F2, click in the formula bar, or double-click a cell in order to edit the cell contents (press ESC to cancel) Entering fractions (0 ¼, 5 ¾) o Include a space between the whole number and the fractional amount Working with rows/columns Modify column width/row height Insert and delete rows/columns Hiding rows/columns Wrap text Merge and center Shortcut menu (right click) Entering formulas and functions
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