And today's post is for people who are at that frustration phase. Where you can't seem to understand how Excel handles your data. I'll be giving you the help I wish I had 3 years ago.
And here it is.
In Excel, you type into small rectangular boxes called cells. I would be referring to everything you type or copy into Excel as Data.
Every cell has an address, because each cell is an intersection of a row and a column. The cell selected in the image on the left, is addressed as cell A1. It is the intersection of column A and row 1.
Sometimes, what you type into a cell takes more space than the cell has. Don’t worry, just expand the column width by dragging the right border of the column header.