root. Spreadsheet. June 23rd , 2021.
If you want to create a presentation in Excel using Google Sheets, you need to learn how to use the Google Sheets "drop down list" feature. Basically, when you are creating a document in Microsoft Word, Excel or PowerPoint, you will see a drop-down list on the top right corner of the toolbar. This list will let you choose different options in format, style, font, size and alignment. You can even enter text in this area.
Drop down lists are just a tool for users to validate the information they have input in a Google sheet. But before can we actually use this tool, it's important to understand that the information has already entered in the first column is correct, and hence this is where the drop down lists come into play. When you click on "drop-down list" button, the drop down list will now appear on the screen. To make your life simple, you only need to select the text you want to display and type it into the text box. You can use special characters like %, & and: % etc.
After you have selected the desired item, you can then click on the drop-down menu on the left of the data entry cell and choose "format". Once you have completed this step, you can then choose any of the four possible alignments for the text. The alphabets that are usually used for numbers are usually the condition, condition, and the NCCondition. When you have completed the formatting, you can then click on the back button to display the confirmation message.
Once you have clicked the back button, you can then click on the small arrow on the right side of the cell. This will expand a pop up menu where you will find two options - the drop-down menu and the validation. The drop down menu will display the different validations that can be done. While selecting any one of the validations, you will see two or more check boxes. You should not forget that the default value is "true".
If the items in your range do not validate, the drop-down menu will change to the validation drop down menu. Once you have selected the validations that you want, you can click on the OK button. You will then be able to see the validation result. You will notice that the validation has been done for each item in your range. You will also see the list of all the validation that has been done for you range. Each item will display the code in red color, and the word "failure" in blue.
There is also another way to validate an item in your spreadsheet. First you should go to the formulas tab on the left hand side of your screen. Once you have chosen the drop down menu for the validations, you can type in the cell number for the item and then click on the OK button. In the new sheet you will see the corresponding formula for validation.
The steps to complete the process of validating an item in Google sheets are similar to the steps that you follow while in Excel. However the difference is that when you use the drop down menus in the spreadsheet, you have more freedom to select different validation criteria. If you feel that the criteria are not correct or complete, you can always make changes until you get the right validation for your needs. If you have any issues or queries, you can always ask for help in the online help or forum of Google sheets.
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