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Windows Phone 8 : Microsoft Office Mobile - Excel (part 1) - Creating a New Spreadsheet, Working with the Excel Interface

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Although it’s not quite as full featured as the desktop version, the mobile version of Excel enables you to create and view spreadsheets with ease. Excel Mobile can even open desktop Excel spreadsheets, although it ignores any unsupported features that are used in the spreadsheet.

Creating a New Spreadsheet

You can create a new Excel spreadsheet by opening the Office hub and following these steps:

1. Flick the screen to access the Recent page.

2. Tap the New icon.

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3. Tap Excel.

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Document Templates

The procedure outlined here assumes that you want to create a blank Excel spreadsheet. However, when you tap the New icon, Windows provides templates you can use to create preformatted spreadsheets. For example, Microsoft provides templates for tracking expenses or vehicle mileage and even an event scheduler. You can create a spreadsheet based on a template simply by tapping the template.


Working with the Excel Interface

When working with Excel, you likely will use two main components: the onscreen keyboard and the Excel icon bar. Unfortunately, you cannot display these items on the screen at the same time; you must switch between them as needed.

The process of entering data into Excel takes some getting used to. The first time you need to enter data into a cell, you have to tap the cell and then tap the text bar at the top of the screen. This reveals the keyboard so that you can begin entering data. However, if the keyboard is already onscreen, you simply tap a cell and begin entering data.

If the onscreen keyboard is currently displayed, you need to access the Excel icon bar and then press the phone’s Back button. This hides the keyboard and reveals the icon bar.

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