• Excel with Microsoft 365

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    How do I keep a selected ribbon active while working with a spreadsheet?

    Let’s say I click on the Home tab to access a function on that tab.  After I make my change or whatever to a cell, the Home tab goes away and to continue with my working with a function I have to re-select the Home tab.

    There is probably a very simple way to do this.  I think Word also has this ‘feature’



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    • #2535577

      I think what you need to do  (if i understand your description) is to right click on a blank part of the ribbon, then untick ‘collapse the ribbon’. The ribbon should then stay visible.

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    • #2535603

      Excel shortcut to display ribbon:
      Ctrl + F1 – Toggles displaying ribbon to hiding ribbon.

      Also Alt + H always displays home tab- hidden or unhidden

      HTH, Dana:))

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    • #2535652

      There’s always more than one way of doing things in Windows. Is it the same in Linux and Apple?

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    • #2535697

      Thanks for the answers

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