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    Topic 3: Is There Something New About Excel 2007 Ribbon?

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    The Excel 2007 Ribbon…a new outlook that replaces the previous versions menu bar and drop down menus.
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    Yes, Excel 2007's user interface is based on the ribbon, which is a bar across the top of the window that contains tabbed pages of commands and icons/****ons.

    The ribbon is divided into eight tabs by default, and each tab is a selection of groups that show related items together. Command ****ons in each group carry out a command or display a menu of commands.



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    Here are some important terms to know:
    Ribbon: The whole bar, including all of the tabs.

    Office ****on
    : On the far left side of the Ribbon, the Office ****on lets you perform tasks that are common across many Office applications.

    Quick Access Toolbar
    : Located on top of the Excel screen beside the Office ****on.

    Tab
    : Just below the Quick Access toolbar is the row of tabs. Clicking a tab name once activates the tab.

    Group
    : A section of a tab. For example, the Home tab has the following groups: Clipboard, Font, Alignment, Number, Styles, Cells, and Editing.

    Dialog box launcher
    : A small icon in the bottom-right corner of a group, from which you can open a dialog box related to that group.

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