3) Select the style you require from the Style name: box.--- Hyperlink and use Alt + Left to go back ---You can improve navigation within a workbook or among workbooks with hyperlinks.To set one up, create a range name at the destination and, at the source, create a hyperlink with Insert | Hyperlink. Click a hyperlink to go to a destination. To return, either click theBack button or press
Alt + Left
.In Excel 2003 and before, the Back button is on the Web toolbar, but it would be best tocopy it to the Standard toolbar. In Excel 2007, place the Back button on the Quick AccessToolbar. To do so, right-click the toolbar and choose Customize. You can also use theForward button (or
Alt + Right arrow)
to go forward.--- Use the AutoFilter to filter for more than two criteria ---You have a worksheet to record costs by department. The departments include BusinessServices, Human Resources, IT, Finance, Building Maintenance and Essential Services,amongst others. You wish to apply an AutoFilter so that you see only the records for Business Services, Human Resources, and Building Maintenance.If you are not an Excel 2007 user, you find that the AutoFilter allows a maximum of twocriteria, but you can work around this. The trick is to notice that the departments youneed to filter for have something in common: they all contain the letter 'u'.1) Select the data to be filtered.2) Choose Data | Filter | AutoFilter (or press Alt D F F).3) Choose the filter drop-down arrow in the Department column.4) Choose (Custom.); the Custom Autofilter dialog box appears.5) Choose Contains from the
Show rows where:
box at the top left.6) Type u into the box on the right.7) Press OK.
This week's tip
Promptly get to the last entry in any column
You have a spreadsheet with many columns and thousands of rows of data, riddled withblank cells, and you need to get to the last non-blank cell of a column. You could pressCtrl + Down Arrow (this has the same effect as pressing the End key and then the downarrow), which takes you to the last occupied cell. Because blank cells could be anywherein the spreadsheet, you might have to press Ctrl + Down Arrow many times to reach thevery last non-blank cell.