Any tip that saves time while using Microsoft Excel is worthwhile, and one of the most simple time-saving tools is to modify your quick access toolbar, which is usually located above the ribbon tabs at the top left-hand side of the screen. It's circled below, in red.
In our short Microsoft Excel tutorial below you'll learn how to quickly add frequently used icons to the quick access toolbar. It's a great time saver; by placing your high-usage icons in this always-visible area, you'll no longer have to hunt through ribbon tabs to find the tools you need. It's easy to do and easy to modify, as you'll see in the following video: https://youtu.be/X5IzCZ4i61Q
Among Excel users there’s a degree of uncertainty about the difference between Office 365 and Office 2013 . It’s a relatively new area, and while most of us are clear about what Excel 2013 is, it’s Office 365 that’s causing the confusion. Some consider that Office 365 is just another name for Excel 2013 (which isn’t the case)...
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The electronic spreadsheet has been in existence since 1978, but it was 1982 that Microsoft became involved. The first major leap occurred in 1978 when VisiCalc was created by Dan Bricklin, a student at Harvard Business School. It was basic software, capable of producing a spreadsheet of only 5 columns by 20 rows.