The Windows calculator and Microsoft Excel are two programs that are used very regularly. When we work in Excel and we need to do some simple calculations that don't require any formula, we use the Windows calculator. A faster way to do this is to add the Windows calculator to Excel's Quick Access Toolbar , so you can easily access it without having to switch windows.
Easily add Windows calculator to Excel toolbar
Excel's Quick Access Toolbar has shortcuts to operations we use regularly such as save, redo, undo, and many more. Therefore, those who use the Windows calculator frequently can add it to the Quick Access Toolbar for faster access.
To do this you just have to follow the following steps:
Open Excel and go to the upper left corner. Find the "Customize Quick Access Toolbar" tool and click on it. A drop-down menu will open, select " More Commands " from the list.
The "Excel Options" dialog box will open, you need to access the "Customize the quick access toolbar" section, which shows all the shortcuts that are already present. At the top select " Commands that are not on the ribbon ".
In the list that will appear, scroll down until you see "Calculator." Select it and click the " Add " button . With this you will see that the calculator option has been moved to the right side panel. Click the "OK" button to save the list.
Now you should find the Windows Calculator on the Quick Access Toolbar. Note that when you hover your mouse over the calculator icon, the label will be displayed as "Custom." Other than that, it does not affect its functionality at all.
This is a very simple but useful trick that works in all versions since Excel 2007. We hope you find it very useful to work with your spreadsheets in a much more productive way. Remember to share the tutorial so that it can help more users.