|May 7, 2013, 11:08 PM||#1|
Excel for Mac 2011 data form
The data form in Excel for PC can be accessed by editing the Quick Access Toolbar, finding "commands not on the ribbon" and adding it. Once you've done that, it's there from then on.
I'd like to do the equivalent on the Mac version 2011. The closest webpage I've found relating to this is:
This gives a good description of the forms, but it doesn't explain how to access them. Maybe I'm missing something.
Apologies, I've just joined and immediately am asking a question. I hope I can reciprocate people's help sometime.
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