Tom’s Tutorials For Excel: Show Your Named Ranges

Tom’s Tutorials For Excel: Show Your Named Ranges

If you actually want to see your named ranges labeled on your worksheet, you can set your window’s Zoom to 39% or less. Here’s an example.

In this first picture is a company’s annual budget organized for Income, Expenses, and Net Gain. Each of those ranges have been named, aptly enough, “Income”, “Expenses” and “Net_Gain”.

In any version of Excel, you can press Alt+V+Z to call the Zoom dialog box.
In versions 2003 or before, click View > Zoom.
In versions 2007 or 2010, click the View tab and then click the Zoom icon.

As shown in the next image, set the Zoom to 39% or less and click OK.

Now you will see your named ranges labeled as indicated in the next picture. For demonstration purposes, I increased the font size of the ranges so the 39% zoomed window would be readable on this web page.

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2 comments on “Tom’s Tutorials For Excel: Show Your Named Ranges
  1. Htun Htun Oo says:

    Can you share me excel files?
    I want to study your post.Please

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