Align Text and Formatting Cells
Align text or data in Excel cells is performed using the buttons on the toolbar 'Home' in the group commands 'Alignment'. In the picture below, see all the commands for text alignment, text wrapping in a cell and merge multiple cells into one cell.
An example of the alignment of the text in an Excel cell you see in the image below. There are six types of text alignment in cells that can be used via the buttons on the toolbar or via dialog 'Format Cells' in the zone 'Text alignment'.
On the 'Home toolbartoolbar', notice group commands 'Alignment' and the command to open a dialog 'Format cells'. In the picture below you see the dialog box 'Format Cells' by which you can align text, indent text, write text at an angle, write the text vertically and the like.
Format numbers, values, time and date in an Excel cell
Numbers, monetary value, time, date, and other formatting you make the 'Number' tab in the Format Cells dialog box in Excel.
Align text in Excel
Text alignment you make using the 'Alignment' tab in the Format Cells dialog box in Excel.
Font Formatting in Excel
Formatting font you make the 'Font' tab in the Format Cells dialog box in Excel. Here you can format text portions as 'exponent' or 'index' (m2, m3 H2O).
Formatting the Cell Borders and Tables in Excel
Formatting cells, cell borders make to 'Border' tab in the Format Cells dialog box in Excel.
Set the background color of a cell in Excel
Coloring cell background and so you make the 'Fill' tab in the Format Cells dialog box in Excel.
Lock cells in Excel
Locking cells in a worksheet Excel workbook you make in the 'Protection' tab in the Format Cells dialog box in Excel.
Writing text in multiple rows of cells or wrap the text to fit in an Excel cell
If you have a column which we can not change the width and you must enter it in the text that is longer than the width of a cell or column then we need to wrap text, or shrink the text to fit within Excel cells.
Notice 'Text control' check box: Wrap text, Shrink to fit and Merge cells.
The dialog box 'Format cells' you can open and right-click on an Excel cell and then choose the command 'Format Cells'.