How to add the windows calculator to the quick access toolbar in microsoft excel 2013

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  • 1. 11/6/13 How to Add the Windows Calculator to the Quick Access Toolbar in Microsoft Excel 2013 How-To Geek How to Add the Windows Calculator to the Quick Access Toolbar in Microsoft Excel 2013 Do you use the Windows Calculator to perform quick calculations while building spreadsheets in Excel? You can save time by adding the Calculator to the Quick Access Toolbar in Excel so you don’t have to leave the program to access the Calculator. To do this, click the down arrow on the right side of the Quick Access Toolbar and select More Commands from the drop-down menu. On the Quick Access Toolbar screen on the Excel Options dialog box, select Commands Not in the Ribbon from the Choose commands from drop-down list. www.howtogeek.com/174528/how-to-add-the-windows-calculator-to-the-quick-access-toolbar-in-microsoft-excel-2013/ 1/4
  • 2. 11/6/13 How to Add the Windows Calculator to the Quick Access Toolbar in Microsoft Excel 2013 Scroll down in the long list and select Calculator. Click Add to add the Calculator to the Quick Access Toolbar. Click OK to accept the change and close the Excel Options dialog box. www.howtogeek.com/174528/how-to-add-the-windows-calculator-to-the-quick-access-toolbar-in-microsoft-excel-2013/ 2/4
  • 3. 11/6/13 How to Add the Windows Calculator to the Quick Access Toolbar in Microsoft Excel 2013 You’ll see a Calculator icon on the Quick Access Toolbar. When you move your mouse over the icon, a hint displays saying “Custom.” Despite the label, when you click the icon, the Windows Calculator opens. The same procedure works for adding the Windows Calculator to Excel 2010, as well. Lori Kaufman is a freelance technical writer who likes to write geeky how-to articles to help make people's lives easier through the use of technology. She loves watching and reading mysteries and is an avid Doctor Who fan. Published 11/1/13 2,394 Views RECOMMENDED POSTS HTG Explains: Do You Really Need to Defrag Your PC? HTG Explains: What is Cloud Gaming and Is it The Future? Put Your Android Phone’s Notification LED to Use With Light Flow www.howtogeek.com/174528/how-to-add-the-windows-calculator-to-the-quick-access-toolbar-in-microsoft-excel-2013/ 3/4