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Finding Lost Commands on the Ribbon
Figure 3.20.
Figure 3.20. This table shows which tabs appear and when.
This table shows which tabs appear and when.
Here is the frustrating thing: As soon as you click outside of the object
(that is, the picture), it is no longer selected and the Picture Tools Format
tab disappears.
If you need to format an object and you cannot find the icons for formatting
it, try clicking the object to see if the contextual tabs appear.
Two other tabs occasionally appear, although Excel classifies them as
main tabs instead of contextual tabs. If you add the Print Preview Full
Screen icon to the interface, you arrive at a Print Preview tab. Also, from
the Picture Tools Design tab, you can click Remove Background to end up at
the Background Removal tab.
Finding Lost Commands on the Ribbon
Finding Lost Commands on the Ribbon
Often, the command you need is front and center on the Home tab and everything
is fine. However, there are times when you simply cannot find an obscure com-
mand that you know used to be in Excel 2003. Here is my strategy for finding
those commands:
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