Locate the Commands You Need in Windows 2013


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Finding the commands you need

Let's talk a little bit about the Ribbon bar. If you've used older versions of Excel or other Windows programs, this looks a little new because you're probably used to drop-down menus and multiple rows of toolbars. If you use the 2007 version, this looks pretty familiar and the deal is you have about eight tabs going across here, and these are like tabs of a dialog box and you click any of these tabs, and it shows you all the different parts of the Ribbon. So there are no drop-down menus here in Excel 2010. The Home tab is the default tab and that contains all around things that you would need at just about any time.

Like dealing with the Clipboard, font formatting, alignment, dealing with formatting numbers and so on. The Insert tab is what you use to insert things. If you want to insert a picture, or a clipart, or a text box, or equations, that's what you do here. Page layout is how does your page look. Are you dealing in portrait oriented, or landscape oriented. You have ...

Finding the commands you need
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Finding the commands you need provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Bob Flisser as part of the Excel 2010 Essential Training

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Business Education + Elearning
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Excel
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