How to Use the Ribbon and Backstage view in MS Excel 2010
This how-to video is about how to use the Ribbon and Backstage view in Microsoft Office Excel 2010.
Let's now see the features of MS Excel 2010, Let's first discuss about the "Backstage view", this can be accessed by clicking the "file" on the left hand top corner of the screen, backstage view actually replaces the file menu that are used in older version of MS excel and office button in excel 2007 version, the backstage option is added to get the task and complete them in an efficient manner, when any excel application is opened the "recent" section is opened by default through which we access any recent works, and ribbon like excel 2007 consists of different commands, when we browse through various tabs we can see some new commands in MS excel 2010, the backstage view has a default setting called "info" where we can get quick and easy access to "permissions"," sharing and "versions", we can also see file properties and information about the file on the right hand side of that screen, we can access printing, sharing from back stage view. By clicking on the "options" in backstage view opens the excel options dialogue box from which we can choose many options, the last feature of backstage view is the "exit" command which closes the Microsoft excel. The ribbon also consists of quick access tool bar on the left hand top corner of the screen and consists of quick and easy access to commands like save, undo and redo, it also consists of "customize" option which can be accessed by clicking the drop down and we can choose from wide range of option and also we can customize our frequently used command to this quick access tool bar. So finally this "Backstage" feature really makes MS Excel 2010 a successful one.