Join Dennis Taylor for an in-depth discussion in this video Use a data form for data entry and exploring data, part of Excel Tips Weekly.
- [Voiceover] In Excel 2003 and in prior versions,…there is a feature called Data Form,…and one of it's advantages was the ability…to see an entire record at once.…On this worksheet that we're seeing right here,…it only goes out to Column K,…so that particular need may not be obvious.…You could also use Data Form as a data entry vehicle.…Which has one advantage as we'll see.…So how do we get to Data Form if it's no longer available?…Well it is available but in kind of a strange way.…We need to resurrect this feature…by going to our Quick Access Toolbar.…
Now you can either right-click the Quick Access Toolbar,…and choose customize,…or I can click the right-most button at drop arrow,…and choose More Commands.…And in this dialogue box,…not under Popular Commands,…but using the drop arrow choose Commands Not in the Ribbon,…and scrolling down here under the letter F,…we will see Form.…There it is right there.…Add.…Meaning add this to your Quick Access Toolbar,…click OK.…This feature becomes activated when you…simply click within data,…
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