Learn Excel 2010 – “Strikethrough Text”: Podcast #1681

April 4, 2013 at 2:09 pm


The alternate Title for today’s Learn Excel from MrExcel Podcast?

Learn Excel 2010 – “One Handed Podcasts and Kitchen Safety“: Podcast #1681

“To-Do” lists in Excel are awesome! A visual of what needs to be done, when they need to be done and marking progress as the list items are completed. and upon completion, Bill prefers to use ‘Strike-through“… but where is Strike-through to be found when it is not represented on the Excel Ribbon? Try Ctrl+5. Oh… you want more shortcut keys? Bill shows us a few and how to get them visible on the Ribbon – even adding your own Font Group – in Episode #1681.

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