Impossible! That's why it's called a default setting! Duh!
Err, so what? Does it even matter?
A dotted border
A bold border
A blinking border
A dancing border
Yep, it sure does!
No, it does not!
Um, is it supposed to move?
I don't know. My Excel is not fast enough to do that.
Wrong! Formatting changes everything!
I don't know what it does...
I have never seen that icon before!
CTRL + ALT + DEL
Click the first cell and drag your selection all the way down to the last cell of the column.
Double-click any cell in the column.
Click the column heading.
Press CTRL + A.
A question mark (?)
An equal sign (=)
A forward slash (/)
A semicolon (;)
Symbols with special meanings.
ALT + ~
CTRL + ~
CTRL + F4
Nothing... It simply can't be done. Excel always displays cell values and not formulas.
You've misspelled something.
You've entered the wrong formula.
The cell is not wide enough.
A lot of hashtags...
It locks the cell range.
An error message will appear.
The array won't change even if the formula gets dragged or copied to a different cell.
It changes the number format to currency.
Re-entering the number without the decimals this time.
Decreasing the font size or the column width.
Adjusting the number format to display lesser decimal places.
Deleting the numbers after the decimal point.
Paste values without any formatting
Paste cell formulas instead of values
Keep source formatting
Skip blanks and transpose copied text
Add values together.
Change font sizes and colors.
Highlight cells if conditions are met.
Make your worksheet look pretty.
A cell reference without any special formatting.
A fixed cell reference.
A reference that automatically changes when a formula gets dragged down a column or across a row.
An equal sign (=)
A comma (,)
An ampersand (&)
None of the above
None. I'd get another mouse!