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    Microsoft Menu to Ribbon Conversion Guides

    Hi All,

    I just came across these Microsoft References for converting Menu options to Ribbon selections.

    Enjoy!
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    @RetiredGeek: Greetings! When I click on any of the links in an attempt to open a workbook, nothing happens. ALl the lnks appear to be "dead".
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    Quote Originally Posted by petesmst View Post
    @RetiredGeek: Greetings! When I click on any of the links in an attempt to open a workbook, nothing happens. ALl the lnks appear to be "dead".
    What browser are you using?

    Joe

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    There's a handy addon to Office called Search Commands. It adds a search tab. Click on it and start typing the function you wish to perform and it will show you where it is located on the ribbon as well as an immediate link to it.

    Jerry

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