Re: Help with Excel! Please!
Van Lant, Robin
Shirley,toggle quoted messageShow quoted text
You got the answer to your question, but I wonder if you inadvertently changed a formatting think you may not have wanted to. Typically people merge sells across multiple columns to create a header, just as a title bar that spans across the columns. Many of my sighted colleagues will have that set of cells shaded or colored and the text will be centered across all of those cells so it offers a nice look that frames the columns of information. . Just wanted to point this out in case you are returning this work to sighted friends and they say you've changed the overall look of the file.
From: firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:email@example.com] On Behalf Of Shirley Tracy
Sent: Monday, October 16, 2017 8:09 AM
Subject: Help with Excel! Please!
I am not knowledgeable in using excel. I taught myself how to work with spread sheets to keep my personal bank balance. Today, I have been asked to update our writers groups roster. It went smoothely until I reached row 22, column B. JAWS reads this as B22 through B24. When I tried to enter a different item in row 23, the same item shows up for row 22. I need to have different items--not the same. Obviously, you can't train me on excel with this list, but can someone just tell me how to change this one thing to fix it? I assume someone must have set it this way. How do I get out of it?
Thank you for any help. Or you can contact me off list. firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you.
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