All cell contents use the same default formatting, which can make an information-rich workbook difficult to read. The basic format can customize the look of your workbook, allowing you to draw attention to specific sections and make your content easier to see and understand in USA. You can also apply number formatting to tell Excel exactly what type of data you’re using in your workbook, such as: Percentages (%), currency ($), etc. To change the font: By default, the font for each new workbook is set to Calibri. However, Excel offers many other fonts that you can use to personalize cell text. In the following example, we format our title cell to distinguish it from the rest of the table in USA. Select the cells you want to edit. On the Home tab, click the drop-down arrow next to the Font command. The Font drop-down menu appears. Select the font you want. A live preview of the new font will appear when you hover over various options. In our example we choose Georgia. The text takes on the selected font. When creating a workbook at work, you should choose a font that is easy to read. Standard fonts include Calibri, Cambria, Times New Roman and Arial. Select the cells you want to edit in USA. On the Home tab, click the drop-down arrow next to the Font Size control. The Font Size drop-down menu appears. Select the font size you want. A live preview of the new font size is shown when hovering over various options. In our example we choose 16 to enlarge the text in USA. The text adopts the selected font size. You can also use the Increase Font Size and Decrease Font Size commands or enter a custom font size using the keyboard. Select the cells you want to edit. On the Home tab, click the drop-down arrow next to the Font Color command. The Color menu appears. Select the font color you want. A live preview of the new font color is shown when hovering over different options. In our example we choose green. The text adopts the selected font color. Select the cells you want to edit in USA. On the Home tab, click the Bold (B), Italic (I), or Underline (U) command. In our example, we will make the selected cells bold. The selected style is applied to the text in USA. You can also press Ctrl+B on your keyboard to make the selected text bold, Ctrl+I to italicize it, and Ctrl+U to underline it. Text Alignment By default, any text entered into the spreadsheet is aligned bottom left by one cell, while any number is aligned bottom right. By changing the cell content alignment, you can choose how the content is displayed in each cell, making the cell content easier to read in USA. Click the arrows in the slideshow below to learn more about the different text alignment options. To change the horizontal alignment of text: In our example below, we’ll change the alignment of our title cell to give it a more refined look and make it stand out more from the rest of the table. Select the cells you want to edit in USA.