In looking at the General Tab at the backstage of Microsoft Excel 2013, there are many sections which shows some of the changes that you can make at this section. I want to throw more light on some of these changes. Follow me as we look at some of this together.
#1: USER INTERFACE OPTIONS
Under this section, you can decide whether to show Mini toolbar or not. The mini toolbar gives you access to some of the commands that you cannot do without such as Cut, Paste , Insert among others.
One other thing that this section also gives you access to is Live Preview. That means you can see how some of the changes you are able to make will look like before you actually go ahead and make such decision.
#2: WHEN CREATING NEW WORKBOOKS
This allow you to instruct Microsoft Excel to decide on what to do when you need to create new workbook. You can predetermine the font type, font size, type of view for new worksheets as well as the number of worksheets that will be created by default.
#3: PERSONALISE YOUR COPY OF MICROSOFT OFFICE
This sections allow you to make some changes in your Microsoft Excel that will affect how other Office Application behaves. Here, you can set Author name for your documents as well as setting the default theme for your Microsoft Office application.
#4: STARTUP OPTIONS
This help you to change how Microsoft Excel start up when you are trying to open a new document. You can choose to be notified if Microsoft Excel is not the default for opening document similar to Excel. You can also instruct the application not to show Startup screen where you can choose how a new document will be created when opening a new Microsoft Excel workbook.