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Chapter 6. Format Worksheets > Set Font Formatting pp. 70–71

Set Font Formatting pp. 7071

  • A font is basically a typeface.

  • A point is a unit of measurement roughly equal to 1/72 of an inch. Fonts are measured in points. The bigger the point size, the bigger the characters.

  • Choose your font carefully! Some fonts are designed for display purposes only and can be difficult to read.

  • Don't get carried away with font formatting. Too much formatting can distract the reader.

  • Want more font formatting options? Choose Cells from the Format menu to display the Format Cells dialog, then click the Font tab. Use this dialog to set font formatting options and click OK to apply them to selected cells.


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