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    Work Menu (XP)

    I'm loving the Work Menu in Word. Is there anything similar in Excel?

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    Re: Work Menu (XP)

    See the thread starting at <post#=108145>post 108145</post#> (a search for 'work menu' turned it up quickly), and perhaps also this newsgroup post.

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    Re: Work Menu (XP)

    J.E. McGimpsey has been developing a work menu. The latest beta version is available from <A target="_blank" HREF=ftp://ftp.mcgimpsey.com/excel/site/>here</A> and has been compressed using the StuffIt format. I have found this beta version to be very stable and it is far easier to use and with more features than Word's built in work menu. It is worth occasionally checking the main site (first link in this thread) to see if version 1 has been released.

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    Re: Work Menu (XP)

    Here is a copy of the Excel Work Menu. I would not be without it!

    Regards,

    Peter Moran

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    Re: Work Menu (XP)

    I used to use Ian Sharpe's work menu, but I think J.E. McGimpsey's version even in beta form, is much better, easier to use, more reliable and has more options.

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