Introduction to the Ribbon in Excel for the Mac


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Introducing the Ribbon for Mac

If you used a previous version of Excel for the Mac, such as Excel 2008, you probably noticed that Excel 2011 has a new user interface element. That element, called the Ribbon, appears below the toolbar and above the body of the worksheet. You'll see that here. When Microsoft studied how users interacted with Excel and other Office programs, they discovered that many users asked Microsoft to add features that were already available in their programs. The Ribbon, which displays many of the program's capabilities without requiring you to open a menu, makes it easier for you to find what you're looking for and to discover capabilities you might not have encountered before.

When you first install Excel, the program displays eight tabs, which is the top level of the Ribbon's organization. Those tabs are here. You have Home, which contains the most commonly used commands, such as formatting, copying, pasting, and so on. You have Layout, which allows you to change your page setup, ...

Introducing the Ribbon for Mac
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Introducing the Ribbon for Mac provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Curt Frye as part of the Excel for Mac 2011 Essential Training

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Excel for Mac
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