How to Add calculator in Excel 2013 & 2010

Excel users can customize the Quick Access Toolbar and add Calculator as part of the toolbar. This would allow users to access Calculator without leaving Excel application. Let us now see the steps for adding Calculator as part of QAT

Adding Calculator to Quick Access Toolbar in Excel 2013 & Excel 2010

Step 1: Launch Excel and click Customize Quick Access Toolbar dropdown.

Customize Quick Access Toolbar in Excel 2013

Step 2: Select More Commands from the drop down list.

Commands Not in the Ribbon

Step 3:  In the Excel Options window, select Commands Not in the Ribbon for the “Choose commands from” dropdown.

Caculator to QAT

Step 4: Scroll down the commands list and select Calculate Full or Calculator.

Add Calculator to QAT

Then Click Add button to add the command as part of the Customize Quick Access Toolbar list. Click OK button on Excel Options screen to close the Window.

Now you should see Calculator as part of QAT as shown in the below screenshot. And you can quickly access Calculator without leaving Excel 2013.

Calculator in Excel 2013

 

 

 

In Category: Excel 2013, Office 2013

Ravi Shankar

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