Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Often you may want to do quick calculations without
using a formula or function. In Excel, you can place a
calculator on the Quick Access toolbar so it is always
available. The Excel calculator is one of many
commands you can add to the Quick Access toolbar.
You can use the calculator as you would any electronic
calculator. Click a number, choose an operator — such
as the plus key (+) to do addition — and then click
another number. Press the equal sign key (=) to get a
result. Use MS to remember a value, MR to recall it,
and MC to clear memory.
Statistical and mathematical functions are available
in the calculator’s scientific view by clicking View and
then Scientific. In this view, you can cube a number,
find its square root, compute its log, and more. In
both standard and scientific views, you can transfer
a value from the calculator to Excel by displaying it,
copying it, and pasting it into a cell.
A DD THE C ALCULATOR
Click here and then click More
The Excel Options dialog box
Click here and select Commands
Not in the Ribbon.
l Excel adds the Calculator to the
list on the right.