Have you ever felt the need to have an interface to make any kind of format change to a cell?
Formatting can affect the presentation of your data in Excel to a very great extent. The Format Cells dialog box in Excel has a lot of features for its users to pump up the professional appearance of their data. Alignment Tab sets the alignment of cells horizontally or vertically, the Font Tab makes sure you have unlimited options to choose to display your data, extensive printed bordering can be chosen from the Border tab, while you also get options to apply patterns to your cell from the Pattern tab.
For example, when you make a model, you will find the need to have your data in certain formats. Making all those format changes will take you a lot of time. One would prefer to have a formatting interface to work on.
If large data needs to be formatted, then it is prudent to infuse your work with shortcuts to make your job simpler and easier.
How is this useful?
You can make almost all format changes using just this interface.
Now that you know how to format cells, now know Excel Shortcut for General Formatting and Excel Shortcut for Formatting General Numbers