Monday, 6 March 2017

DATA MANIPULATION OPERATION - Desktop App

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Desktop App


1. SELECT
Following are the steps  to organized data in a meaningful form.

When the Conditional Formatting Rules Manager window appears, click on the "New Rule" button to enter the first condition.


When the New Formatting Rule window appears, select Format only top or bottom ranked values as the rule type.
Then select Top in the first drop down, and enter 1 in the final box. In our example, we've selected only the first top value.
Next, we need to select what formatting to apply when this condition is met. To do this, click on the Format button.


When the Format Cells window appears, select the Fill tab. Then select the color that you'd like to see for the highest value in the range. In this example, we've selected green. Then click on the OK button.


When you return to the New Formatting Rule window, you should see the preview of the formatting in the Preview box. In this example, the preview box shows green as the fill color. Next click on the OK button.


This will return you to the Conditional Formatting Rules Manager window.
You will need to click on the New Rule button again.

When the New Formatting Rule window appears, we need to set up the second condition.
Select Format only top or bottom ranked values as the rule type.
Then select Bottom in the first drop down, and enter 1 in the final box. In our example, we've selected only the first bottom value.
Next, we need to select what formatting to apply when this second condition is met. To do this, click on the Format button.


When the Format Cells window appears, select the Fill tab. Then select the color that you'd like to see for the lowest value in the range. In this example, we've selected red. Then click on the OK button.


When you return to the New Formatting Rule window, you should see the preview of the formatting in the Preview box. In this example, the preview box shows red as the fill color. Next click on the OK button.


Your Conditional Formatting window should now look like this.


Click on the OK button.
Now when you return to the spreadsheet, the conditional formatting will be applied. As you can see, the -3 value appears in a red cell while the 200 value appears in a green cell.
When the New Formatting Rule window appears, select Format only top or bottom ranked values as the rule type.
Then select Top in the first drop down, and enter 1 in the final box. In our example, we've selected only the first top value.
Next, we need to select what formatting to apply when this condition is met. To do this, click on the Format button.


When the Format Cells window appears, select the Fill tab. Then select the color that you'd like to see for the highest value in the range. In this example, we've selected green. Then click on the OK button.


When you return to the New Formatting Rule window, you should see the preview of the formatting in the Preview box. In this example, the preview box shows green as the fill color. Next click on the OK button.


This will return you to the Conditional Formatting Rules Manager window.
You will need to click on the New Rule button again.


When the New Formatting Rule window appears, we need to set up the second condition.
Select Format only top or bottom ranked values as the rule type.
Then select Bottom in the first drop down, and enter 1 in the final box. In our example, we've selected only the first bottom value.
Next, we need to select what formatting to apply when this second condition is met. To do this, click on the Format button.


When the Format Cells window appears, select the Fill tab. Then select the color that you'd like to see for the lowest value in the range. In this example, we've selected red. Then click on the OK button.


When you return to the New Formatting Rule window, you should see the preview of the formatting in the Preview box. In this example, the preview box shows red as the fill color. Next click on the OK button.


Your Conditional Formatting window should now look like this.


Click on the OK button.
Now when you return to the spreadsheet, the conditional formatting will be applied. As you can see, the -3 value appears in a red cell while the 200 value appears in a green cell.



2. DELETE
If you just highlight the row or column and hit the delete key then the contents disappear


3. INSERT
If you just highlight the cell and press insert key then new cell will be add


4. UPDATE

Cells are not updating automatically








Written by,
Rameeshah Shahid

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