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Part III: Microsoft Excel > Structuring the Sheet

Chapter 12. Structuring the Sheet

An Excel worksheet has no default structure. It’s just a grid of blank cells. As you begin entering text labels and numeric information, you establish the structure of rows and columns.

The initial structure you establish is not fixed. You can add rows and columns to fit more information, and you can enlarge rows and columns to more easily see the information you’ve entered. You can shrink rows and columns to see more information in a single screen, and you can move information in the worksheet, freeze headings, and split worksheets to make it easier to work with your data.


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