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3 Table of Contents The Excel 2010 Environment... 1 The Excel Window... 1 File Tab... 1 The Quick Access Toolbar... 4 Access the Customize the Quick Access Toolbar Tool:... 4 Customize the Quick Access Toolbar Tool... 5 The Ribbon... 7 Minimize the Ribbon... 8 Dialog Box Launcher... 9 On-demand Tabs Customize the Ribbon Access Customize Ribbon Tool: Customize the Ribbon Tool Status Bar Status Bar Options and Description Exploring the Ribbon Home tab Home tab Groups Insert tab Insert tab Groups Page Layout tab Page Layout tab Groups Formulas tab Formulas tab Groups Data tab Data tab Groups Review tab Review tab Groups View tab View tab Groups Excel Options Window To access the Excel Options Window: MS Excel 2010: Level 1 The Excel Enviornment Page i

4 General Button Formulas Button Proofing Button Save Button Language Button Advanced Button Customize Ribbon Button Quick Access Toolbar Button MS Excel 2010: Level 1 The Excel Enviornment Page ii

5 The Excel 2010 Environment The Excel Window The Excel 2010 Window, also known as the User Interface (UI), provides the user with all the tools needed to create, revise, and save data in a work sheet format. Within the window the user creates new work sheets, edits existing work sheets, and saves them in a digital format. It can also be used to perform calculations using formulas and functions, analyze, share, and manage information using charts and tables. The following screen shot shows the major components within the Excel Window. File Tab Quick Access Toolbar Ribbon File Tab Status Bar The File tab displays options that apply to the workbook as a whole. It contains commands to open, save, send, print, and close. It also displays a list of recently opened workbooks, the Excel Options button, and an Exit Excel button. MS Excel 2010: Level 1 The Excel Enviornment Page 1

6 Clicking the File tab displays the Menu shown on the right. Note: The Recently Workbooks and Places on the right. File tab Options and their Description Option Description Saves the workbook in the.xlsx format by default. If the workbook was not previously saved, the Save As dialog box opens. Saves the workbook in the.xlsx format by default. The Workbook can be saved in other formats by clicking the Save as type: list button. Opens the Open dialog box allowing navigation to existing workbooks. Closes the open workbook without shutting down Excel. If the workbook has not been saved, the Save As dialog box appears enabling naming and saving the workbook file. Three buttons provide Permissions, Prepare for Sharing, and Versions options. The right hand pane lists specifics about the open workbook. The left hand pane lists recently opened workbooks. Clicking on a workbook name will open that workbook. The right hand pane lists recently opened folders. Both lists provide Push Pin icons. Pin a workbook or a folder to the list by clicking on its Push Pins. MS Excel 2010: Level 1 The Excel Enviornment Page 2

7 Select a Blank Workbook or a Template. The right hand pane shows a thumbnail of the selected Template. The left hand pane dispalys Print options while the right hand pane is a Print Preview of the workbook. This feature provides the ability to quickly attach and send a work book via . The left hand pane displays Save and Send options and File Type options. Selecting one of the options displays more options in the right hand pane. Provides Support and Tools for working with excel and other Office 2010 applications. Opens the Excel Options dialog box. Here you can select customization and preference options for Excel. To learn more see Excel Options Dialog Box, page 24. Closes the Excel application. MS Excel 2010: Level 1 The Excel Enviornment Page 3

8 The Quick Access Toolbar The Quick Access Toolbar provides quick access to Excel commands. Located in the top left corner above the Ribbon, it contains three default buttons; Save, Undo and Redo. It can also be positioned below the Ribbon. To personalize the Quick Access Toolbar, you customize the Toolbar with those tool buttons you frequently use. Quick Access Toolbar Note: This Quick Access Toolbar has been customized. To Access the Customize the Quick Access Toolbar Tool: Click the File tab to open the File Menu. At the bottom of the menu, click the Options button to open the Excel Options dialog box. The left pane of the Excel Options dialog box contains buttons. Click the Quick Access Toolbar button. The dialog box now contains two sections, the Choose commands from: section, and the Customize Quick Access Toolbar: section. See figure below. MS Excel 2010: Level 1 The Excel Enviornment Page 4

9 The Customize the Quick Access Toolbar Tool To Customize the Quick Access Toolbar: 1. Choose commands from: field. Field is set to Popular Commands by default. Click the Menu button to display a list of other command categories. All Commands can be displayed as well as commands from each of the tabs on the Ribbon. 2. Commands list. Displays the icons and commands for the category selected in the Choose commands from: field. MS Excel 2010: Level 1 The Excel Enviornment Page 5

10 3. Customize Quick Access Toolbar: Field 4. Current Quick Access Toolbar commands. Select from this field s dropdown if the changes are: For All Documents (default) For (the currently opened workbook) only. This pane lists the commands currently on the Quick Access Toolbar. 5. Add>> and <<Remove buttons Select a command in the left pane and click Add>>. The command is added to the list of commands in the right pane. Select a command in the right pane and click <<Remove The command is removed from the list of commands in the right pane. Tip: Double clicking the selected command will Add or Remove it. 6. Move Up and Down arrow buttons 7. Show Quick Access Toolbar below the Ribbon check box Select a command in the right pane and move its position up or down. This is the display order on the Quick Access Toolbar. Checking this box will cause the Quick Access Toolbar to display below the Ribbon. 8. Reset button 9. Import/Export button 10. OK button Click this button to reset the Quick Access Toolbar to its default state. (Save, Undo, and Redo buttons). Use Export to create a file of customizations or Import to reset customizations to a previous state. Tip: Share your Quick Access Toolbar with others using Import/export. Once your Quick Access Toolbar is ready, click OK to save. MS Excel 2010: Level 1 The Excel Enviornment Page 6

11 The Ribbon The Ribbon is the band that lies across the top of the program window. It provides you with access to the commands and other features of Excel. The Ribbon consists of: 1. Tabs, 2. Groups, and 3. Commands. 1. Tabs By default, the Excel Ribbon has seven Tabs across the top. 1. Home 2. Insert 3. Page Layout 4. Formulas 5. Data 6. Review 7. View Each Tab represents a category of commands or features. 2. Groups Each Tab is divided into subcategories called Groups. Each Group contains related commands or features. 3. Commands Commands can be in the form of buttons to execute a command, boxes to enter information, or menus of selectable Commands. MS Excel 2010: Level 1 The Excel Enviornment Page 7

12 Minimize the Ribbon The Ribbon can be minimized so only the tabs show. This provides more workspace for a workbook. To minimize the Ribbon: Right click on any Tab. From the menu that opens, select Minimize the Ribbon. The Ribbon is minimized so only the Tabs show. Clicking on a Tab opens the Ribbon over the open workbook. To turn off the minimize feature, reverse the above process. Tip: Double click on the selected tab to minimize the Ribbon. Double clicking again restores the Ribbon MS Excel 2010: Level 1 The Excel Enviornment Page 8

13 Dialog Box Launcher Not all related commands can be shown in the Group. In such cases, in the bottom right corner of the Group there is a small button with a diagonal arrow. This is called the Dialog Box Launcher. Click the button and a dialog box opens which offers more options and features. Many of the dialog boxes that open are the same as in earlier versions of Excel. Dialog Box Launcher Clicking the Dialog Box Launcher opens a dialog box or a task pane. Many of the dialog boxes are recognizable from previous versions of Excel. MS Excel 2010: Level 1 The Excel Enviornment Page 9

14 On-demand Tabs On-demand tabs are so named because they only appear above the Ribbon when an object in the work sheet is selected. For example, when a chart is selected, a Chart Tools tab appears. 1. Chart selected 2. Chart Tools tab 3. Design, Layout, and Format sub tabs 4. Sub Tab groups When a chart is selected, the Chart Tools Tab appears above the ribbon. The Chart Tools tab appears with 3 Sub-tabs; Design, Layout, and Format. Selcting a Sub Tab changes the ribbon to reflect that category s Groups. Each Group contains related commands for formatting the Chart. On-demand tabs appear for other selected objects, such as Pictures, Tables, Drawings, etc. MS Excel 2010: Level 1 The Excel Enviornment Page 10

15 Customize the Ribbon New in Office 2010, you can personalize the Ribbon with customization. The new customization feature allows you to; Change the Order of and Turn Off existing tabs. Create a New Tab, Add a Group or Groups to it, and Add the Command Buttons you want. Import or Export customization files from one computer to another. Access Customize Ribbon Tool: Click the File tab to open the File Menu. At the bottom of the menu, click the Options button to open the Excel Options dialog box. In the left pane of the Excel Options window, select the Customize Ribbon button. The dialog box now contains two sections, the Choose commands from: section, and the Customize the Ribbon: section. See figure on next page. TIP: You can also get to the Customize the Ribbon window, by right-clicking any tab on the ribbon, and then clicking Customize the Ribbon. MS Excel 2010: Level 1 The Excel Enviornment Page 11

16 Customize the Ribbon Tool 1. Choose commands from: field. 2. Commands Pane. 3. Customize the Ribbon: Field Displays Popular Commands by default. Click the Menu button to display a list of other command categories. All Commands can be displayed as well as Macros, Groups and Commands on Tabs, and Custom Tabs and Groups. Displays the icons and commands for the category selected in the Choose commands from: field. Select from this field s dropdown if the changes are: All Tabs Main Tabs (default) Tool Tabs MS Excel 2010: Level 1 The Excel Enviornment Page 12

17 4. Current Ribbon configuration pane. 5. Add >> and Remove buttons 6. Move Up and Down arrow buttons 7. New Tab, New Group, and Rename buttons. 8. Reset button 9. Import/Export button 10. OK button This pane lists the Tabs, Groups, and Commands currently on the Ribbon. Only commands can be added to the default set of Tabs and Groups. Select a command in the left pane to add it to the right. Note: Only Groups can be removed from the default set of Tabs. Select a group in the right pane and click Remove. The Group and its commands are removed. Select a Tab or a Group in the right pane and move its position up or down. Postion of Commands in default groups can not be changed or moved. Selecting New Tab creates a new tab to which you can add a New Group. New Tabs and Groups can be Renamed. Select your New Group and then add Commands to it. Note: Select a Command and click Rename and you can change the command icon and name. Click this button to Reset the Quick Access Toolbar to its default state. (Save, Undo, and Redo buttons). Use Export to create a file of customizations or Import a customizations file. Tip: Share your Ribbon and Quick Access Toolbar with others using Import/export. Once you have Customized the Ribbon,click OK to save. MS Excel 2010: Level 1 The Excel Enviornment Page 13

18 Status Bar The File tab, Quick Access Toolbar, Ribbon, and the Workbook Area all reside in the MS Office Window. At the bottom of the window is the Status Bar which contains features not to be overlooked. Note: Numbered features are explained in the Options Table below. You modify the Status Bar to meet your personal needs. Right click on a blank area of the Status Bar to display the Options Menu (shown here). Each Status Bar Option and its Description is shown in the following table: MS Excel 2010: Level 1 The Excel Enviornment Page 14

19 Status Bar Options and Description Option #1 - Cell Mode Signatures Information Management Policy Permissions Caps Lock Num Lock Scroll Lock Fixed Decimal Overtype Mode Function or Purpose Selected by default, this option displays the current cell editing mode on the left side of the status bar. One of the following modes is displayed. Ready to indicate ready to accept input. Enter to indicate content entry mode. It is displayed when you select a cell and start typing, or when you press F2 twice. Edit to indicate in-cell editing mode. It is displayed when you double-click a cell, or when you press F2 so that you can enter or edit data in a cell. Point to indicate formula cell selection mode. It is displayed when you start a formula and then click the cells that you want to include in the formula. Selected by default, this option indicates that the active workbook has been digitally signed. Selected by default, this option indicates that Information Rights Management (IRM) has been used to restrict permission to content in the active workbook. Selected by default, this option displays an icon next to the Cell Mode indicator that you can click to view the current read and edit document permissions. This icon displays only when access to the document has been restricted (File Tab > Info > Protect Workbook). When selected, this option displays Caps Lock to indicate that CAPS LOCK is turned on. When selected, this option displays Num Lock to indicate that NUM LOCK is turned on to allow using the keys on the numeric keypad to enter numbers in the worksheet. Selected by default, this option displays Scroll Lock to indicate that SCROLL LOCK is turned on to allow scrolling in the worksheet by using the arrow keys. Selected by default, this option displays Fixed Decimal to indicate that all numerical values that you enter on the worksheet will be displayed with fixed decimals. This option is turned on when you check the Automatically insert a decimal point check box under Editing options on the Advanced button of the Excel Options dialog box (File tab > Options button > Advanced button). When selected, this option displays Overtype to indicate that INSERT was pressed to activate overtype mode while editing cell contents in cell editing mode (doubleclick a cell or press F2). MS Excel 2010: Level 1 The Excel Enviornment Page 15

20 End Mode Macro Recording Selection Mode Page Number Average Count Numerical Count Minimum Maximum Sum #2 - View Shortcuts #3 - Zoom #4 - Zoom Slider Selected by default, this option displays End Mode to indicate that END was pressed to activate end mode. Pressing END followed by an arrow key moves the selection in the direction of the arrow key, stopping at the start and end of data, and then the start or end of the worksheet. When selected, this option displays a button next to the Cell Mode (Ready) indicator that you can click to start recording a macro. Selected by default, this option displays one of the following cell selection modes. Extend Selection when you press F8 to extend the cell selection by using arrow keys. Add to Selection when you press SHIFT+F8 to add a nonadjacent cell or range to a selection of cells by using the arrow keys. Selected by default, this option displays the page number of the selected worksheet page and the number of pages in the worksheet when you are working in Page Layout view or Print Preview view. Selected by default, this option displays the average that is calculated from selected cells that contain numerical values. Selected by default, this option displays the number of selected cells that contain data. When selected, this option displays the number of selected cells that contain numerical values. When selected, this option displays the minimum numerical value in selected cells that contain numerical values. When selected, this option displays the maximum numerical value in selected cells that contain numerical values. Selected by default, this option displays the sum of numerical values in selected cells that contain numerical values. Selected by default, this option displays the Normal view, Page Layout view, and Page Break Preview buttons. You can click these buttons to change the current view. Selected by default, this option displays the Zoom level. You can click Zoom to open the Zoom dialog box, where you can specify the percentage of magnification that you want to use. Selected by default, this option displays the Zoom slider with the Zoom out and Zoom in buttons. You can then drag the slider to Zoom out and Zoom in or use the plus and minus buttons to change the magnification of the worksheet content in 10% increments. MS Excel 2010: Level 1 The Excel Enviornment Page 16

21 Exploring the Ribbon The Excel 2010 Ribbon takes task-related commands and puts them in a single location called a Group. The Group provides single click accessibility to related commands, such as Formatting commands. Some Groups also have a Dialog Box Launcher which provides access to even more features. Tip: Making the Excel window as wide as possible maximizes the number of Command tool buttons displayed in each tab s Groups. Discussed below is each of the default Tabs, its Groups, and the Commands in the group. Home tab The Home tab contains the most commonly used commands to start working with a workbook. Note: Your Ribbon may not look like this. The Ribbon s appearance changes as its width changes. See the Tip above. Home tab Groups Clipboard Font Alignment Provides Cut, Copy, and Paste commands and Format Painter. Also opens the Clipboard Pane which displays text or objects on the clipboard. Provides Commands for fomatting text and formatting cells. Provides commands to align, indent, and wrap text, and merge and split cells. Number Styles Cells Provides commands for Number formatting in cells. Contains commands to Conditionally Format, Format Tables, and to set cells to pre-defined Cell Styles. Contains tools for; Inserting cells, rows, coumns, or a new sheet. Deleting cells, rows, coumns, or sheets. Formating row height, column width, organize sheets, or protect and/or hide cells. MS Excel 2010: Level 1 The Excel Enviornment Page 17

22 Editing Contains tools for Editing cells, Sorting and Filtering data, and doing Find and Replace searches. Insert tab Click the Dialog Box Launcher button to open the Clipboard or Format Cells dialog box. The Insert tab contains groups that enable quick insertion of objects such as Tables, Charts, and Pictures. Insert tab Groups Tables Illustrations Charts Sparklines Filter Links Provides commands to insert Tables, Pivot Tables, and Pivot Charts. Provides commands to insert pictures from files, Clip Art, Shapes, or SmartArt. Provides commands for inserting a Chart and then selecting various chart styles and formatting the selected chart. Click on to open the Insert Chart dialog box. New in Excel 2010, a Sparkline is a tiny chart in a worksheet cell that provides a visual representation of data. Use sparklines to show trends in a series of values or to highlight max and min values. New in Excel 2010, Filter Slicers are used in conjunction with Pivot Tables. Slicers provide buttons that you can click to filter PivotTable data. Povides the command to insert a Hyperlink into the worksheet. MS Excel 2010: Level 1 The Excel Enviornment Page 18

23 Text Insert a Text Box in the workbook. Also provides options for inserting: Header & Footer WordArt Signature Line (Microsoft Digital Siganture) Objects Symbols Page Layout tab The groups on the Page Layout tab contain tools for customization of workbook pages. It also provides commands for the placement of text and graphics in the workbook. Page Layout tab Groups Themes Page Setup Scale to Fit Click the Themes button to select pre-built themes for the workbook. Use the Theme Colors, Fonts, and Effects buttons to create custom themes for a workbook. The Page Setup group provides commands to change the features of the workbook page(s): Margins - Select built in margins or create custom Margins. Orientation Choose Portrait or Landscape workbook. Size Select from pre-set paper sizes or create a custom Size. Print Area - Select the portion of the workbook to print.. Breaks- Insert or remove a break. Background Used to select a background for the workbook. Print Titles Opens the Page Setup dialog box to select titles to repeat at the top of each work book. Click to launch the Page Setup dialog box. Scale to Fit provides 3 scaling features so work book prints on a selected number of pages. Click to launch the Page Setup dialog box. MS Excel 2010: Level 1 The Excel Enviornment Page 19

24 Sheet Options Arrange Provides Options for viewing or printing Gridlines and Headings. Click to launch the Page Setup dialog box. Provides options to Order, Select, Align, Group, and Rotate shapes on the workbo``ok. Formulas tab The groups of the Formulas tab contain commands for working with Formulas and Functions in the workbook. Formulas tab Groups Function Library Defined Names Formula Auditing Watch Window Calculation Provides access to function groups, such as AutoSum, Financial, and Logical. Each function group has numerous functions pertinant to a specific category. The Function Library also provides the Fucntion Wizard which provides convenient insertion to the workbook of functions. Contains the Name Manager and provides options for creating Cell Names far a cell or range of cells and then refering to that cell range by name in formulas. Clicking on the Name Manager button opens the Name Manager dialog box. Provides error-checking and tracing functions to ensure the integrity of formulas. It also contains the Watch Window which allows constant tracking of specific values. The Watch Window makes it convenient to inspect, audit, or confirm formula calculations and results in large worksheets. By using the Watch Window, you don't need to scroll or go to different parts of your worksheet. Click the Calculations button to select how calculations are made in the work book. Also, contains options for calculating only selected portions of the workbook. MS Excel 2010: Level 1 The Excel Enviornment Page 20

25 Data tab Groups on the Data tab are used to import and export data, establish connections with external data sources, and manipulate data within worksheets. Data tab Groups Get External Data Connections Sort and Filter Data Tools Outline Provides commands for accessing and importing data from external sources. These sources can be an Access Database, the Internet, text files, and other sources. Contains commands for managing connections to other data sources. Provides options for sorting and filtering data and advanced data filtering options for data analysis. Contains options for converting text to tables, removing data duplicates, and performing data validation, consolidation, and analysis. Provides commands for grouping and ungrouping data and inserting subtotals. Click on the to open the Settings dialog box Analysis Provides many tools for data analysis. MS Excel 2010: Level 1 The Excel Enviornment Page 21

26 Review tab The Review tab s groups contain commands for reviewing and editing the contents of a workbook by a single person or a group of people and track the changes made. Review tab Groups Proofing Language Comments Changes Check, modify, and enhance the text in a workbook with features such as Spelling and Grammar Check, Research, and Thesaurus. Provides a translation tool for translating selected text into different languages. Provides the ability to insert Comments about selected text. Also provides editing and navigation tools for posted Comments. Allows the author of a workbook to set previewing and editing privelages for other users. It also provides options for navigating through changes made by others and accepting or rejecting them. View tab Groups the View tab provide commands to switch between different workbook views, show or hides features, and view multiple workbooks at the same time. It also provides commands for working with Macros. View tab Groups MS Excel 2010: Level 1 The Excel Enviornment Page 22

27 Workbook Views Provides 5 workbook viewing options: 1. Normal 2. Page Layout 3. Page Break Preview 4. Custom Views 5. Full Screen Note: Also, find Workbook View shortcut buttons at the right end of the Status Bar. Show Zoom Window Macros Provides options for showing or hiding: Rulers Gridlines Formula Bar Headings Provides Zoom controls to zoom in or out on a workbook. Note: Also, find a Zoom control button and the Zoom Slider Bar at the right side of the Status Bar. Use these commands when multiple workbook windows are open at once. Commands allow displaying windows in several ways. Click this button to open: The Macros dialog box. The Record Macro dialog box. MS Excel 2010: Level 1 The Excel Enviornment Page 23

28 Excel Options Window The Excel Options Window contains customization and personalization options for the Excel Window, Workbooks, and Worksheets. Personalizing your copy of Excel will make it easier to use, increasing your efficiency and effectiveness. To access the Excel Options Window: 1. Click on the File tab to display the File Menu. 2. Select the Options button at the bottom of the File Menu. Excel Options Window Clicking one of the Excel Option Buttons opens that button s Options Pane. Following is an explanation of some of the buttons and their features. MS Excel 2010: Level 1 The Excel Enviornment Page 24

29 General Button Use the General button to change some of the more popular options in Excel. User Interface Options When Creating New Workbooks Personalize your copy of Microsoft Office This section allows you to: turn on or off the Mini Toolbar. Recommendation: Leave it on. turn on on or off Live Preview. Recommendation: Leave it on. change Excel s color scheme. choose how Screen Tips are displayed. Here you can set your preferences for: the default font and font size for new workbooks. the default View for new workbooks. the number of worksheets a new workbook contains. Recommendation: Set to 1. Sets how your name will appear in all Office applications. For example, as the author of a workbook. MS Excel 2010: Level 1 The Excel Enviornment Page 25

30 Formulas Button Use the Formulas button to change options related to Formula Calculation, Working with formulas, Error Checking and, Error Checking Rules. Calculation options Sets your preferences for how a workbook handles calculations. Working with formulas Here you can set options for referencing cells in formulas. Error Checking Use this section to turn off and on background error checking and the highlight color for errors. Error checking rules Set your preference for 9 error checking rules by turning them on or off. MS Excel 2010: Level 1 The Excel Enviornment Page 26

31 Proofing Button The Proofing button provides options to change auto correction and spelling settings. Auto Correct options Click the AutoCorrect Options button to open the AutoCorrect dialog box. Use this to cutomize the auto correction features. Note: Changes here will also be made in the other Office applications. When correcting spelling in Microsoft Office programs Provides preference options for auto correction of spelling. Click on the Custom Dictionaries button to create custom dictionaries. Note: Changes here will also be made in the other Office applications. MS Excel 2010: Level 1 The Excel Enviornment Page 27

32 Save Button Here you can set your default preferences for how workbooks are saved and the default location where workbook files are saved. Save Workbooks AutoRecover exceptions for: Offline editing options. Preserve visual appearance. Set the default Format for saving Excel files and default Location where files are saved. Set how often Excel auto saves (AutoRecover) the workbook and the location of the AutoRecover file. Used to turn on or off AutoRecover for a selected workbook. Choose the Save location for checked out files and set the location of Server drafts. Previous versions of Excel may not have your chosen workbook colors. This provides the ability to ensure your chosen colors will be seen when the file is opened in any previous Excel version. MS Excel 2010: Level 1 The Excel Enviornment Page 28

33 Language Button You can change your language preference for the editing, display, ScreenTip, and Help of your Microsoft Office applications. The languages available depend on the language version of Microsoft Office and any additional language pack, language interface pack, or ScreenTip languages that are installed on your computer. Choose Editing Languages Choose Display and Help Options The default editing language is English. You can add others using this tool. This will allow using different languages for dictionaries, grammar checking, and sorting. Here, choose your preferred language for Displays and when using Help. It also provides a link to Office.com where you can download more language options. Choose Screen Tip Language Holding your mouse pointer over buttons and other features in Excel will dispaly a Screen Tip. Here you can choose the display language for those Screen Tips. It also provides a link to Office.com where you can download more language options. MS Excel 2010: Level 1 The Excel Enviornment Page 29

34 Advanced Button The Advanced button is used to access many, advanced options for customizing Excel. There are too many to discuss here but it is well worth your time to go through them and become familiar with the available options and preference settings. The Advanced Options sections are: Editing Options Cut, Copy, and Paste Options Imaging, Size, and Quality Options Print Chart Options Display Options Display Options for this Worksheet Formulas Options When Calculating This Workbook Options General Options MS Excel 2010: Level 1 The Excel Enviornment Page 30

35 Customize Ribbon Button New in Office 2010 you can now customize the ribbon to better meet your needs. Instructions for using this Customize the Ribbon Tool are found by clicking here or turning to Page 11 in this manual. MS Excel 2010: Level 1 The Excel Enviornment Page 31

36 Quick Access Toolbar Button The Quick Access Toolbar button opens the Customize the Quick Access Toolbar Window. With this tool, you can customize the Quick Access Toolbar and Keyboard Shortcuts to meet your exact needs. Instructions for using this Customize the Quick Access Toolbar utility are found by clicking here or turning to Page 4 in this manual. MS Excel 2010: Level 1 The Excel Enviornment Page 32

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