Add Windows Calculator To Quick Access Toolbar in Excel 13
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Do you use Windows Calculator often in order to perform calculations quickly? Have you ever needed to use it also in Excel? Well with the tip described below, we can quickly add it to the Quick Access toolbar in Excel so we can use it, so we don’t have to leave Excel in order to access the Calculator. All we have to do is to follow the steps described below:
First, we select the arrow at the right of the Quick Access Toolbar in order for the drop down menu to appear as shown in the image below. From the drop down menu named Customize Quick Access Toolbar, from the bottom we select the command More Commands.
Once the More Commands command is selected the Excel Option dialog appears with the category Quick Access Toolbar selected from the left as shown in the image below. Then under the area, named Choose Commands From we select the arrow at the right named Popular Commands in order for the drop down menu to appear. From the drop down menu, we select the category Commands Not In The Ribbon as shown in the image below.
Once selected all the commands that are not in the ribbon appear, where we must scroll down until we locate the command named Calculator. Once we locate it and select we press the Add as shown below, in order for it to be added in the Quick Access Toolbar.
In the image below, we can see the Calculator added to the Quick Access Toolbar. All we have to do then is to press the OK button located at the bottom right corner of the Excel Options dialog box in order to return to Excel.
We can now notice the Calculator icon located at the right of the Quick Access Toolbar.
All we have to do is press the icon and voila, the Calculator appears in front of our worksheet, ready to do our calculations.
Below you can check out the video on how to add Windows Calculator to Excels Quick Access Toolbar.
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Posted on December 19, 2014, in Excel English 2013, Microsoft Office 2013 English and tagged Calculator, Commands Not In The Ribbon, Customize Quick Access Toolbar, Excel 13, Excel Options, Microsoft Office 13, Office Smart, Office System, Smart Office. Bookmark the permalink. Comments Off on Add Windows Calculator To Quick Access Toolbar in Excel 13.
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