A worksheet with a description has a red triangle in the cell that is above the row numbers.
To rename a worksheet, do one of the following:
When you click in a cell, the cell becomes active. You can also use the right-click menu or your keyboard to move the cursor and make other cells active.
The following table describes how to move to locations in the active worksheet.
|A specific cell||Right-click in the worksheet and choose .|
|One cell to the right, left, up or down||Press an arrow key.|
|The next cell down or to the right, depending on the data entry direction arrow||Press Enter.|
|The beginning of the next row or column, depending on the data entry direction arrow||Right-click in the worksheet and choose or , or press Ctrl+Enter.|
|The edge of the visible portion of the worksheet||Press Ctrl + an arrow key.|
|The first cell of the worksheet||Press Ctrl+Home.|
|The last used worksheet cell||Press Ctrl+End.|
|The next/previous brushed row (if you have brushed a graph)||Right-click in the worksheet and choose or .|
|The next/previous formatted cell (if you have formatted cells)||Right-click in the worksheet and choose or .|
The data-entry direction is determined by the arrow in the upper left corner of the worksheet. The direction of this arrow also determines how the Home and End keys work.
|When you press the Enter key, the active cell moves down.|
|When you press the Enter key, the active cell moves to the right.|
To change the direction, click the arrow or right-click in the worksheet and choose .
By default, the data-entry direction is down columns. Complete the following steps to change the data-entry direction to across rows for new worksheets.
Complete the following steps to copy the entire contents of the active worksheet to another worksheet.
To increase or decrease the size of the text in the worksheet, do one of the following:
Stored constants are single numbers or text values that are stored with a worksheet. You can use stored constants in formulas, calculations, session commands, macros, and Exec files. All stored constants have a unique ID that starts with a K (K1, K2, and so on), but you can also name stored constants (for example, name K1 "Adjustment" and name K2 "Target").
Dialog box controls that accept text strings do not recognize stored constants. For example, if K1 contains the text string "My Scatterplot" and you enter K1 in Title under the label options for , Minitab displays "K1" as the title of your graph.
Complete the following steps to define a stored constant.
Stored constants are not displayed in the worksheet. To view stored constants, choose .
Complete the following steps to copy data from stored constants into a new column in the current worksheet.
Complete the following steps to copy data from stored constants into new stored constants.
Complete the following steps to copy data from a column into stored constants.