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Look for a font that is without serifs as they are easiest on the eyes. I would stick with black type but if a cell calls for more emphasis you may want to use a different color to signify a positive or negative. Use bold and italics when appropriate to let this information stand out from the rest. These features are outstanding for titles and headings. Try to make the font as large as you can to fit in the cell. Ten point is a good and readable size. There s nothing worse than having to squint to read the information on your spreadsheet. If you can t read it chances are good that the people you re preparing the spreadsheet for won t be able to read it either.
Here was a spreadsheet that had been created by someone with a good knowledge of formulas and functions. But... it was not obvious at first glance what to do with it. Do I click on one of these buttons? Do I need to enter some data? Where do I enter the data? On closer examination these were the problems that made it difficult to use: - There was no heading or title. - It was very dense in terms of the number of cells showing on screen. - Ranges of cells were formatted in five different colours. What did it all mean? - Help provided was limited to brief comments in some cells and some of these were in hidden columns. - The sections for data entry and the sections for results were not clearly separated. - Macro buttons were square in shape.
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Spreadsheet templates are used for many reasons and each template vary according to the purpose it is used for. Spreadsheets are designed with different calculations depending on various needs. The templates designed to use for saving calculations varies according to the saving calculations made depending on the types of calculations to be made. These spreadsheets make the calculations and the data entry easier than doing it by any other format. The budget spreadsheets are little more advanced than the other as they have to undergo higher and tougher calculations and data entries.
Column Alignment Depending on your information you may want to adjust where the information falls within the column. Try left center or right and see how it reads. I generally find that numbers and dates are best centered and that text seems to work with a left justification as full sentences or phrases are read left to right. But again try the different methods and see what works best for the data that you are presenting. Allow sufficient space around the information in the cells by adjusting the column width. Excel offers a feature that allows you to double-click on the end of the cell column and it automatically adjusts to fit all of your information.