Do you use the Windows Calculator to execute quick computations while building spreadsheets in Excel? You can conserve time by including the Calculator to the Quick Access Toolbar in Excel so you don’t need to leave the program to access the Calculator.
To do this, click the down arrowhead on the appropriate side of the Quick Access Toolbar and also choose More Commands from the drop-down food selection.
On the Quick Access Toolbar display on the Excel Options dialog box, select Commands Not in the Ribbon from the Choose commands from drop-down list.
Scroll down in the lengthy checklist as well as pick Calculator. Click Add to include the Calculator to the Quick Access Toolbar.
Click OK to approve the adjustment and also close the Excel Options dialog box.
You’ll see a Calculator icon on the Quick Access Toolbar. When you relocate your computer mouse over the icon, a hint displays stating “Custom.” Despite the label, when you click the icon, the Windows Calculator opens.
The very same treatment helps adding the Windows Calculator to Excel 2010, as well.