Edit Cell Options on the Numbers App on iPhone 6
Edited by Freya, Kellin Quinn, Crystal, Eng
You're watching VisiHow. In this video, I'm going to explain how to edit cell options on the Numbers application on the iPhone 6.
To begin, the phone needs to be unlocked.
This can be done by pressing the lock or home button.
Swipe to enter the passcode or use the fingerprint scanner.
Find the Numbers icon, which is this green one here.
Tap once to open it. We've already gone into one of our documents, but you can refer to another of my videos to find out exactly how to create a document.
We'll need to have our document on the screen like this.
We can press on one of the cells that we want to edit and drag its corners if we wish to edit multiple cells.
Once selected, we should go to this top section here where there is a paint brush icon to bring up some options.
Go to "Cell", which is to specifically edit the cell.
If we have any text, we can toggle between any combination of bolding, italicizing, underlining, and scoring.
In this example, we have no text so no difference will be seen.
Go to the "Text Options" and change the size by pressing on the arrows.
Change the color by selecting one of the colors.
Go all the way back to "Cell".
We can now edit our alignments.
Some margin edits are available to choose from too.
"Fill Color" allows us to change the color we'd like our cell to be.
"Border Style" styles the boundaries of the cell.
We can scroll through and choose the one we want.
"Wrap Text in Cell" can be toggled by pressing the switch to the right of it.
We're going to leave it enabled.
Press the arrow on the right.
Press "Done" in the top-right corner.
Any changes that we've just made are now saved.
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Video: Edit Cell Options on the Numbers App on iPhone 6
Recent edits by: Crystal, Kellin Quinn, Freya