Learn Excel 2013 – “Office 2013 All Caps Ribbon”: podcast #1638

February 5, 2013 at 3:15 pm

Well…In Excel 2013 the Ribbon Menu has items identified in All Caps. Some people have found this ‘All Caps’ Menu to be very annoying – so…get rid of it! How? Today, in Episode #1638, Bill ‘MrExcel’ Jelen shows us how! And this trick not only applies to Excel 2013, but to all of the Office 2013 Applications!

[Incidentally, I just want to point out that this is not a trick that Bill learned at Trainertage 2013; it is a trick that he learned from a Microsoft Power Point Guru – Ute Simon.]

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