Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Inserting Information the Smart Way
Inserting Information the Smart Way
Actions, a replacement for smart tags, help you integrate actions typically performed in
other programs directly in Excel. For example, you can insert a financial symbol to get
a stock quote, add a person’s name and address in a document to the contacts list in Mi-
crosoft Outlook, or copy and paste information with added control. Excel analyzes what
you type and recognizes certain types that it marks with actions. The types of actions you
can take depend on the type of data in the cell with the action. To use an action, you right-
click an item to view any custom actions associated with it.
Change Options for Actions
Click the File tab, and then click Options .
In the left pane, click Proofing , and then click AutoCorrect Options .
Click the Actions tab.
Select the Enable additional actions in the right-click menu check box.
Select the check boxes with the actions you want.
To add more actions, click More Actions , and then follow the online instruc-
Click OK .
Click OK again.
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