Select the text you want to format.
Choose the desired text attributes from the \<emph\>Formatting \</emph\>Bar. You can also choose \<emph\>Format - Cells\</emph\>. The \<emph\>Format Cells\</emph\> dialog will appear in which you can choose various text attributes on the \<emph\>Font\</emph\> tab page.
Select the cells containing the numbers you want to format.
To format numbers in the default currency format or as percentages, use the icons on the \<emph\>Formatting \</emph\>Bar. For other formats, choose \<emph\>Format - Cells\</emph\>. You can choose from the preset formats or define your own on the \<emph\>Numbers\</emph\> tab page.
You can assign a format to any group of cells by first selecting the cells (for multiple selection, hold down the CommandCtrl key when clicking), and then activating the Format Cells dialog in . In this dialog, you can select attributes such as shadows and backgrounds.
To apply formatting attributes to an entire sheet, choose \<emph\>Format - Page\</emph\>. You can define headers and footers, for example, to appear on each printed page.
An image that you have loaded with Navigator to select the background image.is only visible in print or in the print preview. To display a background image on screen as well, insert the graphic image by choosing and arrange the image behind the cells by choosing . Use the