Ms excel 2013 basics in telugu
Probably the first question we need to answer is what do we mean by cell alignment? It sounds like my truck is pulling to the left and needs to get into the shop. With MS Excel, cell alignment is how your text or numbers are positioned in the cell. You can align vertically, meaning towards the top, the middle or the bottom. And you can also align horizontally, meaning to the left, the center or to the right.
Excel actually has its own defaults for alignment. For example, text, such as titles and labels, automatically align horizontally to the left, and numbers, however, are automatically aligned to the right. All data is vertically aligned to the bottom.
These default alignments are not always the best choice for displaying your data, so MS Excel has created short-cut icons to quickly and easily change the alignment. By aligning text or numbers, you improve the appearance of your spreadsheet and often make it easier to read and understand.
This lesson will review the alignment short-cut icons, which are located under the Home menu in the ribbon. You will also learn how to modify the alignment of your text and numbers to create a consistent and more organized look.
Vertical means straight up and down, so vertical alignment in a cell would refer to where the data is positioned going up and down. This could be the top of the cell, the middle of the cell or across the bottom of the cell. On occasion, this type of alignment is used down a column of text identifying each row. However, this feature is primarily used when aligning titles and labels across the top of your columns.