This video demonstrates how to run the compatibility checker in Excel to see if certain features used in an Excel workbook are compatible with older versions of Microsoft Office.
(upbeat music)…- [Instructor] If you ever need to share an Excel document…with people who might be using an older version of Excel,…it's a good idea to run your workbook…through the Compatibility Checker to see if you're using…any features that aren't supported by previous versions.…With your file open, go to File, Info,…and next to Inspect Workbook, click Check for Issues…and select Check Compatibility.…That opens the Compatibility Checker window…and you'll see a list of any issues that might be a problem…and which versions of Excel will be affected.…
You can refine the compatibility display…by clicking the Select versions to show menu…and deselecting the versions you don't need to see.…
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- Working with references
- Freezing and locking
- Automatic data population
- Recovering lost work
- Finding named ranges
- Formatting cells and applying styles
- Applying international currency formatting
- Inserting hyperlinks
- Creating dropdown lists
- Hiding columns and rows
- Password protecting a workbook
- Restricting editing
- Adding headers and footers
- Locking cells
Skill Level Intermediate
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