Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Using the Full-Screen File Menu
Figure 3.24.
Figure 3.24. For macros, you can customize the button image and add a dis-
For macros, you can customize the button image and add a dis-
play name on the QAT.
play name on the QAT.
Using the Full-Screen File Menu
Open the File menu in Excel 2013 and you might be shocked to see that it takes
up 100% of your screen real estate. This panel is called the Backstage view
and was introduced in Excel 2010. Here is the logic: When you are working on
most ribbon tabs, you are working in your document. When you are about to
change the font or something like that, you want to see the results of the
change for the in commands. However, the Excel team feels that after you
move to the File menu, you are done working in your document and you are
about to do something with the whole document, such as send the workbook,
print the workbook, post the workbook to Twitter, and so on. Microsoft calls
these the out commands. The theory is that you don t need to see the
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