Ch 10: Modify a Table in Excel

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With the help of these targeted lessons, you can quickly master the skills for modifying Excel tables. Make use of the step-by-step directions delivered by our experienced experts to learn methods for table modifications.

Modify a Table in Excel: Chapter Summary

Once you've learned how to create a table in Excel, you'll probably think of many ways it could be even more efficient and better serve your needs. That's when this set of lessons will be beneficial. Find out how to apply different styles and the methods for adding rows to an existing table in no time at all.

These video lessons offer all the information you need, and the well-informed instructors make the process look almost easy. Upon completion of each lesson, you can take the short, multiple-choice quiz to double check your accomplishments.

Topics covered in this chapter include:

  • Applying styles to tables in Excel
  • Banding columns and rows to tables
  • Inserting a total row into your table

(Please note that all demonstrations in this chapters use Microsoft Excel 2013. Some features, tools and displays might be somewhat different in other versions.)

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