Headers and footers are widely used in Microsoft Word documents, but you should know that Excel also has headers and footers.
The header shows the information at the top of every printed page. The footer shows the information at the bottom of every printed page. By default, new workbooks do not have headers or footers.
You can instantly find and edit data and text without manually combing through printed or handwritten pages while working with documents or spreadsheets on your computer or laptop. Word provides a convenient "find and replace" feature that allows you to use wildcards.
If you open a workbook created in an older version of Microsoft Excel, you may see Compatibility Mode near the filename in the title bar:
The PDF file format is widely used because there are many free programs, applications, and websites for viewing PDF files and the official free Adobe Reader program. A significant amount of modern professional printing equipment has hardware support for the PDF format, which allows you to print files in this format without using any software.
By default, Excel saves all workbooks in the newest format (*.xlsx), but you can change the default format to *.xls or anything else.
When you select a range of data, Excel may display the Quick Analysis icon in the lower-right corner of the range. After clicking this icon, you will see a list of analysis options that can be quickly applied to the selected data.