How to Create a Scoreboard in Excel

Updated February 21, 2017

If you kept track of the winning baseball game, you can record the scores for each of the innings in a Microsoft Excel spreadsheet. Excel provides columns and cells for storing the data. You can use this spreadsheet to keep track of games you are watching at home.

Open a new Microsoft Excel worksheet.

Click on cell A2. Type "Team 1." Click on cell A3. Type Team "2."

Enter the inning numbers 1-9 in cells B1 through J1.

Enter the corresponding scores for each team in each inning in the cells provided. (B2 and B3 through J2 and J3).

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