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Entering and Managing Data in Excel 2010

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This chapter shows the flexibility of Excel in providing various ways to enter/change data, insert cells, rows, and columns, search for and manipulate existing data, leave comments for yourself (or others), and even check spelling.
This chapter is from the book

This chapter is from the book

Data is the technical term for the text and numbers you enter into an Excel worksheet. Each cell in an Excel worksheet can contain data made up of text, numbers, or any combination of both.

The capability to make changes to the values in your worksheet is what makes Excel such a valuable analysis tool. You can insert a cell, row, or column. You also can delete or change entries, find and replace data, and even check for spelling errors. Besides editing the data in your worksheets, you can add comments to remind yourself of information.


Entering Data and Making Changes

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