by Allen Wyatt
(last updated February 21, 2015)
Excel is quite flexible, in that it allows you to completely customize the appearance of its interface. For instance, you may want to move items around on your menus. You can move menu options around to different locations on the same menu, or to a different menu altogether. This is done very easily by using the Customize dialog box:
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