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Applying Table Formats in Excel

When it comes to working with data in Excel, one of the most important things you can do is apply table formats. Table formats make it easy to see relationships between data, and they can also help you organize and analyze your data more effectively. In this article, we'll show you how to apply table formats in Excel.

To start, open up your Excel workbook and select the data that you want to format as a table. Then, click the "Insert" tab on the ribbon and click "Table."

In the "Create Table" dialog box that appears, make sure that your data is correctly selected and then click "OK."

Excel will now format your data as a table. You'll see that there are a number of different options for formatting your table. For example, you can choose from a variety of different colors and fonts. You can also add or remove borders, and you can even apply conditional formatting rules.

Once you've applied a table format, you can start using some of the powerful features that are available for tables. For example, you can sort and filter your data, and you can use formulas with table data. To learn more about working with tables in Excel, check out our other articles on the subject.

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