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Excel 2013 Tutorial How to Format Fonts in Excel
When you start a new workbook you will see all your content will have same formatting, when you have a lots of data on your workbook, this will be very hard to read and differentiate between data. For making easy to read and understand your content you can format your cell content or fonts. Formatting cells content make feel and looks of your workbook and make it easier to view.
When you start a workbook and add some content to it, you will see its font is set to Calibri by default, and Excel also provide a huge range of fonts to modify your cell content. We will use an example to make you understand Cell Formatting. So we will take title cell as example.
1. Select any cell you want to modify. We have selected title Cell.
2. You will see Fonts drop down menu on the ribbon in HOME tab, click on dropdown arrow and you will see the live preview of each font when you select any font. We have selected CopperPlate Gothic Bold.
3. You will see the Font you selected will be applied to selected cell.
It is good practice to select professional fonts that makes your workbook easy to read, some standard reading fonts are Calibri, Cambria, Times New Roman and Arial.
How to Change Font Size
1. For our TITLE we need our font size to be large. So change the font size select Cell you wish to change the font size.
2. On ribbon in HOME tab click on dropdown of Font Size. And while hovering on font sizes you will see a live preview on different sizes of fonts.
3. After selecting desired font size that font size will apply to that cell you have selected. We will Select 28 font size for our title.
4. You can also use Increase and Decrease Font Size command to modify font sizes.
To Change the Font Color
1. Different colors of content in different cells can help you or reader to differentiate different type of data.
2. Select the cell or cells you want to change font color. We will again select TITLE cell.
3. You can see dropdown of Font Color in ribbon HOME tab, Click that dropdown and you will see a color swatch.
4. By hovering on different colors you will see a live preview of those colors in selected cell. After selecting the color you want you will see that color will be applied to content of selected cell. As figure below we have selected GREEN color.
5. If your desired color is not available in swatch, Select More Colors option can be helpful for you. Select that option at the bottom of the menu to access additional color options.
How to Use the Bold, Italic, and Underline Commands
1. You can also format your cell contents by applying BOLD, ITALIC, Underline. To do so select the cell you want to modify.
2. In Ribbon HOME tab, you will see B (Bold), I (italic) and U (underline). Select any formatting you want to apply, in our example we will apply all three.