Format in Excel 2016
Sometimes you might want to lock cells in your Excel spreadsheet that contain formulas and functions or data. Thus, the person doing the data entry will not accidentally overwrite or delete the spreadsheet formulas and functions or your data.
If you are working with huge workbooks that contain a very large number of formulas, functions, and data, you can turn off the automatic recalculation.
You may not always want to copy everything from the source cells to the destination cells. For example, you may want to copy only the current values of formulas rather than the formulas themselves.
If you need to enter lots of numbers with a fixed number of decimal places, Excel has a useful tool:
This enables you to select a different font and font size for your worksheets.
You can freeze your column and row labels so that you can view them no matter how far you scroll down or to the right in your worksheet.
This tip describes how to use conditional formatting for comfortable viewing results in the worksheet.
This tip describes how to use fractions simply.
Often, data imported into an Excel worksheet contains excess spaces or strange (often unprintable) characters. There are two handy functions TRIM and CLEAN to cleanup such data.
If you have lengthy text in a cell, you can force Excel to display it in multiple lines within the cell.