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Windows Phone 8 : Microsoft Office Mobile - Excel (part 7) - Undo and Redo, Charting

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Undo and Redo

When you are working on a spreadsheet on a mobile device using a touchscreen, it is easy to make a mistake. Thankfully, Excel Mobile contains an Undo function and a Redo function. You can access Undo and Redo by following these steps:

1. Tap the Menu icon.

2. Tap either Undo or Redo.

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Why Can’t I Undo

Keep in mind that Undo and Redo might be grayed out if your last action can’t be undone (such as when you apply a filter). Furthermore, Undo and Redo appear only on Excel’s main menu. If you are accessing a specific Excel function and look at the menu icon, you won’t see them there.


Charting

In spite of its simple interface, Excel Mobile enables you to add charts to a spreadsheet. To do so, follow these steps:

1. Select a range of cells containing the data you want to chart.

2. Tap the Chart icon.

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3. Tap the type of chart you want to insert.

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Returning to Your Spreadsheet

To get back to your spreadsheet after creating or viewing a chart, tap the Sheets icon.

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