Most likely, if you are using Excel for the first time, then you may need to show developer ribbon. In most cases, this ribbon is not shown unless you display it yourself.
Therefore, this quick tip will show you how to display the developer ribbon in Excel.
Overall, the developer ribbon allows you to create custom functions, automate tasks with macros, organize add-ins, insert form controls, and work with XML code and external data.
In part of this lesson, you may see the term right-click. When we say right-click, we simply want you to click the button on the right side of the mouse.
If you do not have a right mouse button, then you can generally use a regular click (left-side) and press the keyboard shortcut Shift-F10.
For the purpose of this quick tip, you will need Excel 2007 or higher or compatible.
To show the developer toolbar, follow the steps below.
There you have it! The Developer toolbar is now part of your main menu. All you have to do is click on Developer to see all the options you have to create something fantastic.
As you may have guessed, there is a quicker way to get to the Excel options dialog box to customize the ribbon. Follow these quick steps to get there.
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by Excel Effects :: October 19, 2020