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Cool QAT
That last point also reminds us that Excel is stocked with a rather prodigious array of commands
that, by de faul t, don’t appear on any tab. But they’re all listed here in the deeper recesses of File, to be
adde d to tabs by use r s who n e e d the m, as shown i n Fi g ur e 1– 17:
Figure 1–17. Inside the File tab, where all of Excel commands are listed
Figure 1–17 captures but an excerpt of all the available commands; and while you may not need to
import too many of these into your tabs, remember the knowing-more-is-better credo. There are some
cool capabilities stored in that list—capabilities you may one day decide you’d like to use.
Cool QAT
All of which segues into the Quick Access Toolbar (QAT), a rather mild-mannered strip of buttons
you’ll find lining the upper-left perimeter of your Excel screen, as seen in Figure 1–18:
Figure 1–18. The Quick Access toolbar
 
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