Windows 10: Windows 10 Upgrade change Excel default configuration
Windows 10 Upgrade change Excel default configuration
I upgraded my Windows 10 on 23-9-16. now when I open Excel 2010 the default display is changed. When Excel was opened previously the 'Home' tab was expanded and the various groups are visible. Similarly when any other tab is clicked the groups are automatically exposed. Now when I open Excel only the tabs are seen. If I click on a tab it expands the heading to show groups but disappears when you move back to the worksheet. How do I go back to always show the expanded groups?
I know how I'm supposed to do it, SETTINGS==>DEFAULT APPS==>CHOOSE THE DEFAULT APP BY FILE TYPE, but Excel 2016 is not an option. Instead, it tries to send me to the App Store. I think I have tried everything except reinstalling Office.
I have attached a file to show the current configuration of my hard drive. Historically, I purchased the computer with Vista OS and then added the Windows 7 and Windows 10 partitions later as as these OSs became available. I am now running out of...
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I have Microsoft Office 2003 & 2007 installed on my laptop and using windows 10. Laptop came with 2007 but 99% of my excel use is for work and they use 2003. So rather than downgrade (seemed silly) I installed...
In Excel 2010 the default comment font has been bold for me for as long as I can remember (even in a fresh install in Win 10). In this post Title Bar Text Size - Change in Windows 10 - Windows 10 Forums The common fix of changing the tooltip font...
I've just upgraded to Windows 10 and excel has seemingly changed to the American version. Defaults are to US date/currency format and even when changing the language back to UK it doesn't change.
Everything was fine before the upgrade...