How does an Excel window look like?
See the link below for a view of an Excel 2007 window. Other versions of Excel can look slightly different, but are fundamentally the same as they are spreadsheets.
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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
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There is no direct option available to convert MS Excel 2007 look and feel changed to MS excel 2003. However, you can customized the MS Excel 2007 to your need.. Click on MS …Office icon on top right hand side corner.. Click on MS ExcelOptions.. Click on Customize and add the icon/command as per your needs.. Regards,. Sarfaraz Ahmed
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I would say Microsoft Excel. There is a Mac version. If you wait for Microsoft Office 2011 for Mac, its interface will be more similar to the one used in Windows. Also: Numbe…rs, part of iWork, a similar spreadsheet program, more consumer oriented. And: OpenOffice.org Calc, it's like Excel 97 or something, cross-platform so it will work on Mac.
If you hover over the cell, it looks like a fat plus sign. If you are editing the cell, it looks like an I-beam.
The percent sign is the % sign.
The regular window looks like a perfect window.
In Windows 8
You can make the desktops look the same. Windows 8 has the Metro interface, so you have to install a third party program to mimic this.
A range can only be cells that are adjacent and in a rectangular shape. It is possible to select non-adjacent cells but this would not be regarded as a range. Each would be a …separate range. So usually non-adjacent ranges will have gaps between them, although it is possible to have cells from to separate ranges right beside each other. You will know them by their boundaries around them.