, a common
interface element shared by all Microsoft Office 2013 applications, is a component
the Excel 2013 UI. The ribbon is a graphical user interface that contains all of the
most commonly used commands you will need to create, modify, and work with your Excel
workbooks. It was designed as a way to provide quick access to frequently used commands
without the need to extensively navigate menus and submenus. The ribbon is displayed
along the top of the Excel UI and is organized into a series of tabs that contain
command groups. These command groups contain sets of functionally related commands
you will use to enter, format, revise, and work with your workbook data.
Note: This course uses a streamlined notation ...