Question about Microsoft Office 2003 Basic Edition English (s55-00066) for PC
A1: How to use
A2: Microsoft Excel.
I want A3 to be a formula combining A1 & A2 but with A2 in BOLD letters.
A3: =A1 & bold(A2)
The result that i want it to produce is:
"How to use Microsoft Excel."
(where Microsoft Excel is in Bold Letters)
I cant be 100% sure but the way spreadsheets work, you cant have two different fonts in 1 cell. they can kind of be thought of as having a "bold=true or false" kind of attribute. it can be either on or off but it cant be both
Posted on Oct 23, 2012
Try selecting a cell and right click, Format cells, Font - Bold the text the way you want it to appear in that cell and then let it be the value you want to appear when you select that cell as a solution to a "What If" statement.
I build training spread sheets that let people generate pre-programmed answers to various data entries. Answers appear like magic.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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