What would you like to do?

# Can you make Excel 2007 look like the old Excel?

There are some downloadable tools on the web which recreate the old or 'classic' Excel toolbar in Excel 2007. One such example you might want to take a look at can be found at… http://www.download.com/Classic-Menu-for-Excel-2007/3000-2077_4-10637173.html Regards, Jake Courtesy of www.Excel-Expert.co.uk

# Excel 2007 fill effects like 2003?

http://blogs.msdn.com/excel/archive/2007/11/16/chart-pattern-fills.aspx http://www.andypope.info/charts/patternfills.htm

# How Excel 2007 Converted to Excel 2003?

You can open a 2007 Excel spreadsheet with Excel 2003 if you save the file in Excel 2007 using "Save As" and select the 2003 compatibility mode.

# True or false can you add a maximum of 4 toolbars to a toolbar dock on excel 2003?

i think its false...

# Why does my Office Outlook 2007 look like the 2003 version?

They did not add the Ribbon changes in Outlook 2007 for the Applciation window. However, you should notice that the Ribbon was added for Mail, Calendar, Tasks and other such …items.

# What are some differences between Excel 2003 and Excel 2007?

The most obvious visible difference is the ribbon bar (new menu system) displayed by all Office 2007 products. You also will notice a new file format. Excel 2003 uses an exten…sion of XLS, while Excel 2007 uses the extension of XLXS, You can open Excel 2003 files in Excel 2007, but not the other way around. Excel 2007 adds many new functions. See related links for what's new with Excel 2007. Also see the related links for how to match the old Excel 2003 menu items with the new Excel 2007 ribbon.

# What is the difference in the file extension for Excel 2003 and Excel 2007?

Excel 2003 = .xls Excel 2007 = .xlsx

# How do you convert an Excel 2003 file to Excel 2007?

Open the file with Excel 2007 and save as an Excel 2007 file. Other than that, you might be able to find a file converter program to do it for you, but I am not sure why.

# Do you need the basics in Excel 2003 to learn Excel 2007?

Not necessarily. Having a good understanding of Excel 2003 will help in using Excel 2007. The main difference is the look, but the fundamentals are the same as it is still a s…preadsheet, so it has to be able to do things that spreadsheets do, like with the formulas and functions. As those things are much the same, then you could use Excel 2007 without having ever used Excel 2003. Users of Excel 2003 would find Excel 2007 a little strange at first because of how different it looks, although they would quickly get used to it. Someone who has never used Excel 2003 won't have that problem.

# How do you convert windows Excel 7 to windows Excel 97-2003 version?

Open the workbook in Excel 7 and SaveAs the format you want.

# Is vba for Excel 2003 compatible with Excel 2007?

Yes vba written in excel 2003 is usually compatible with excel 2007 but you can never be 100% sure without testing on both platforms. There are however backwards compatability… issues namely around activex controls which do not work too well in 2003 but this can be overcome by saving the file in 2003 format

Answered

# What is the main difference between Excel 2003 and Excel 2007?

The most dramatic difference is in the interface, changing from a menu driven system to using ribbons. So Excel 2007 looks very different and takes some getting used to. Most …of the functionality is still there, and you will still find the icons and the shortcut keys will still work.

Answered

# How do you change the alignment in Excel 2003?

You can click on the alignment icons on the formatting toolbar. Another way is to to go to the Format menu and pick Cells and then Alignment and from there you can pick whiche…ver format of alignment you want.

Answered

# What does the average function look like using Excel 2003?

It can be used with cells like this: =AVERAGE(C2, C5, D10, D12) Most commonly it can be used with a cell range, like this: =AVERAGE(A2:A20) It can also use mixes of values… and cells and cell ranges: =AVERAGE(A2:A20, 23, 63, B44, G14, 90) It can be used with cells like this: =AVERAGE(C2, C5, D10, D12) Most commonly it can be used with a cell range, like this: =AVERAGE(A2:A20) It can also use mixes of values and cells and cell ranges: =AVERAGE(A2:A20, 23, 63, B44, G14, 90) It can be used with cells like this: =AVERAGE(C2, C5, D10, D12) Most commonly it can be used with a cell range, like this: =AVERAGE(A2:A20) It can also use mixes of values and cells and cell ranges: =AVERAGE(A2:A20, 23, 63, B44, G14, 90) It can be used with cells like this: =AVERAGE(C2, C5, D10, D12) Most commonly it can be used with a cell range, like this: =AVERAGE(A2:A20) It can also use mixes of values and cells and cell ranges: =AVERAGE(A2:A20, 23, 63, B44, G14, 90) It can be used with cells like this: =AVERAGE(C2, C5, D10, D12) Most commonly it can be used with a cell range, like this: =AVERAGE(A2:A20) It can also use mixes of values and cells and cell ranges: =AVERAGE(A2:A20, 23, 63, B44, G14, 90) It can be used with cells like this: =AVERAGE(C2, C5, D10, D12) Most commonly it can be used with a cell range, like this: =AVERAGE(A2:A20) It can also use mixes of values and cells and cell ranges: =AVERAGE(A2:A20, 23, 63, B44, G14, 90) It can be used with cells like this: =AVERAGE(C2, C5, D10, D12) Most commonly it can be used with a cell range, like this: =AVERAGE(A2:A20) It can also use mixes of values and cells and cell ranges: =AVERAGE(A2:A20, 23, 63, B44, G14, 90) It can be used with cells like this: =AVERAGE(C2, C5, D10, D12) Most commonly it can be used with a cell range, like this: =AVERAGE(A2:A20) It can also use mixes of values and cells and cell ranges: =AVERAGE(A2:A20, 23, 63, B44, G14, 90) It can be used with cells like this: =AVERAGE(C2, C5, D10, D12) Most commonly it can be used with a cell range, like this: =AVERAGE(A2:A20) It can also use mixes of values and cells and cell ranges: =AVERAGE(A2:A20, 23, 63, B44, G14, 90) It can be used with cells like this: =AVERAGE(C2, C5, D10, D12) Most commonly it can be used with a cell range, like this: =AVERAGE(A2:A20) It can also use mixes of values and cells and cell ranges: =AVERAGE(A2:A20, 23, 63, B44, G14, 90) It can be used with cells like this: =AVERAGE(C2, C5, D10, D12) Most commonly it can be used with a cell range, like this: =AVERAGE(A2:A20) It can also use mixes of values and cells and cell ranges: =AVERAGE(A2:A20, 23, 63, B44, G14, 90)

Answered

# What is the quick access toolbar in Microsoft Excel 2007?

It is a toolbar that people can customise by adding standard icons on it to use things they regularly do. They can quickly access those options rather than having to find them… in their usual locations on the ribbons. It is a toolbar that people can customise by adding standard icons on it to use things they regularly do. They can quickly access those options rather than having to find them in their usual locations on the ribbons. It is a toolbar that people can customise by adding standard icons on it to use things they regularly do. They can quickly access those options rather than having to find them in their usual locations on the ribbons. It is a toolbar that people can customise by adding standard icons on it to use things they regularly do. They can quickly access those options rather than having to find them in their usual locations on the ribbons. It is a toolbar that people can customise by adding standard icons on it to use things they regularly do. They can quickly access those options rather than having to find them in their usual locations on the ribbons. It is a toolbar that people can customise by adding standard icons on it to use things they regularly do. They can quickly access those options rather than having to find them in their usual locations on the ribbons. It is a toolbar that people can customise by adding standard icons on it to use things they regularly do. They can quickly access those options rather than having to find them in their usual locations on the ribbons. It is a toolbar that people can customise by adding standard icons on it to use things they regularly do. They can quickly access those options rather than having to find them in their usual locations on the ribbons. It is a toolbar that people can customise by adding standard icons on it to use things they regularly do. They can quickly access those options rather than having to find them in their usual locations on the ribbons. It is a toolbar that people can customise by adding standard icons on it to use things they regularly do. They can quickly access those options rather than having to find them in their usual locations on the ribbons. It is a toolbar that people can customise by adding standard icons on it to use things they regularly do. They can quickly access those options rather than having to find them in their usual locations on the ribbons.

Answered

# Does Excel have a Standard toolbar or Formatting toolbar?

Up to Excel 2003 you had the Standard toolbar and also theFormatting toolbar. There were also many other toolbars, but theStandard and Formatting toolbars were the most useful… ones, havingthe most commonly used tools on them. These are now found on thedifferent tabs in the ribbon since Excel 2007. Up to Excel 2003 you had the Standard toolbar and also theFormatting toolbar. There were also many other toolbars, but theStandard and Formatting toolbars were the most useful ones, havingthe most commonly used tools on them. These are now found on thedifferent tabs in the ribbon since Excel 2007. Up to Excel 2003 you had the Standard toolbar and also theFormatting toolbar. There were also many other toolbars, but theStandard and Formatting toolbars were the most useful ones, havingthe most commonly used tools on them. These are now found on thedifferent tabs in the ribbon since Excel 2007. Up to Excel 2003 you had the Standard toolbar and also theFormatting toolbar. There were also many other toolbars, but theStandard and Formatting toolbars were the most useful ones, havingthe most commonly used tools on them. These are now found on thedifferent tabs in the ribbon since Excel 2007. Up to Excel 2003 you had the Standard toolbar and also theFormatting toolbar. There were also many other toolbars, but theStandard and Formatting toolbars were the most useful ones, havingthe most commonly used tools on them. These are now found on thedifferent tabs in the ribbon since Excel 2007. Up to Excel 2003 you had the Standard toolbar and also theFormatting toolbar. There were also many other toolbars, but theStandard and Formatting toolbars were the most useful ones, havingthe most commonly used tools on them. These are now found on thedifferent tabs in the ribbon since Excel 2007. Up to Excel 2003 you had the Standard toolbar and also theFormatting toolbar. There were also many other toolbars, but theStandard and Formatting toolbars were the most useful ones, havingthe most commonly used tools on them. These are now found on thedifferent tabs in the ribbon since Excel 2007. Up to Excel 2003 you had the Standard toolbar and also theFormatting toolbar. There were also many other toolbars, but theStandard and Formatting toolbars were the most useful ones, havingthe most commonly used tools on them. These are now found on thedifferent tabs in the ribbon since Excel 2007. Up to Excel 2003 you had the Standard toolbar and also theFormatting toolbar. There were also many other toolbars, but theStandard and Formatting toolbars were the most useful ones, havingthe most commonly used tools on them. These are now found on thedifferent tabs in the ribbon since Excel 2007. Up to Excel 2003 you had the Standard toolbar and also theFormatting toolbar. There were also many other toolbars, but theStandard and Formatting toolbars were the most useful ones, havingthe most commonly used tools on them. These are now found on thedifferent tabs in the ribbon since Excel 2007. Up to Excel 2003 you had the Standard toolbar and also theFormatting toolbar. There were also many other toolbars, but theStandard and Formatting toolbars were the most useful ones, havingthe most commonly used tools on them. These are now found on thedifferent tabs in the ribbon since Excel 2007.