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Marking columns is a very common spreadsheet formatting technique. In this article, we will discuss how to mark columns in order to make the data more accessible and readable. Filtering is another way that you can format your spreadsheet. A filter allows you to hide rows of data based on certain criteria. For example, if you want to see only records with values greater than $2 million USD, then you would create a filter for all values less than or equal to 2 million USD and apply it. We will also be discussing how filtering works in detail later on in this article! The first way to format your spreadsheet is by marking columns. When you mark a column, the __ will be separated in rows and cells depending on their data type. In this article, we are going to discuss how to make it easier for people reading your spreadsheet by formatting it so that each column has an icon next to them (i.e., numbers have tally marks, text has bolded letters). We’ll also talk about grouping sheets together into tabs and adding comments! In order to create filters in google docs, click “Tools” then “Create new filter.” This pops up a window with two boxes: “Filter Title” and “Criteria.” Type what you want filtered out into the Criteria box – such

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