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Using Data Forms in Excel

Data forms in Excel are a great way to enter data into a spreadsheet quickly and easily. To use a data form, simply select the cells you want to fill in, then click the Data Form button on the ribbon. A data form will appear with blanks for each of the selected cells. Simply type the data into the appropriate blank and press Enter to save it. You can move to the next blank by pressing Tab or clicking on it with your mouse.

If you need to insert a new row, simply click the Add New button at the bottom of the data form. This will insert a new row at the bottom of your spreadsheet with blanks for each of the columns. Simply fill in the blanks and press Enter to save.

To delete a row, simply select it and click the Delete button at the bottom of the data form. You will be prompted to confirm that you want to delete the selected row.

You can also use data forms to find specific records in your spreadsheet. To do this, simply click the Find button at the bottom of the data form. A search box will appear where you can enter criteria for what you are looking for. For example, if you want to find all records for customers in California, you would enter "CA" in the State field. You can also use wildcards (*) in your search criteria.

Once you have found the record you are looking for, you can edit it by making changes in the data form and pressing Enter, or you can delete it by clicking the Delete button. You can also click on any other record in the search results to view or edit it.

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