Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Customize Excel
Excel has a large number of integrated
features you can customize and adapt to suit
your purposes. This chapter introduces a few
important ways in which you can customize
Excel.
When working with large worksheets, you can
open multiple windows to view different parts
of a worksheet at the same time. This chapter
teaches you how. You also learn to create
custom views. If you filter data, hide columns
or rows, or create special print settings, you
can save your changes in a custom view and
recall them when you need them. Another task
shows you how to create custom number
formats for use in a workbook.
One simple way is to install additional features,
called add-ins. This chapter shows you how to
install the add-ins included with Excel and how
to find add-ins available from third-party
developers.
The task on macros introduces an enormous
topic, which more than any other task enables
you to extend and customize Excel. After you
learn how to create a macro, you learn how to
assign a macro to a button and how to add the
button to the Quick Access toolbar.
You also learn to tailor Excel by placing items
on the Quick Access toolbar. Items on the
Quick Access toolbar are independent of the
tabs in the Ribbon and you can access them
with a single click. You can add many options
that are not available in the Ribbon to Excel
via the Quick Access toolbar.
 
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