See solution in other versions of Excel: • • • Question: In Microsoft Excel 2011 for Mac, how do I get the Developer tab to display in the toolbar at the top of the screen? The Developer tab is the toolbar that has the buttons to open the VBA editor and create Form/ActiveX Controls like buttons, checkboxes, etc. Answer: To display the Developer tab, click on the Preferences under the Excel menu at the top of the screen. When the Excel Preferences window appears, click on the Ribbon icon in the Sharing and Privacy section. In the Customize section, check Developer in the list of tabs to show. Then click on the OK button. Now you should see the Developer tab in the toolbar at the top of the screen.
Installing the add-in is pretty easy, and should only take a few minutes. Save the add-in file to your computer. Pick any folder on your hard drive that is easy for you to find. My suggestion is to create a folder named “Excel Campus” and place it in your Documents folder. Open the Add-ins Menu in Excel. Select the Tools menu in menu bar. Select the Add-Ins option. Solver Add-in for Excel for Mac 2011 SP1 Installing Data Analysis & Solver Add-ins for Excel 2013 Resolved: Excel 2016 for Mac - Solver Add-in not allowing cell references to be picked.
All of the Developer tab option groups should be available - Visual Basic, Add-Ins, and Form Controls (see below).
By Behind the cells on each Excel worksheet in Office 2011 for Mac is a background layer that you can format. Excel for Mac 2011 doesn’t offer a lot of customization to this feature, but you can place an image on the background layer by following these steps: • Choose Format→Sheet→Background from the menu bar, or go to the Ribbon’s Layout tab, find the Page Setup group, and click Background. (This button may not appear on the Ribbon if your workbook window is small in size.) The Choose a Picture dialog appears. • Click the Browse button and navigate to a picture you want to use as a tiled background. While you can use any image, keep in mind that Excel will tile the image, which may not be the desired effect. Also, images that are busy or too dark will make it hard to read any data in your worksheet. You may want to stick to light-colored, simple images.
• Click OK to place the image. If you decide you don’t like the image in the background, you can remove it by going to the Ribbon’s Layout tab, and in the Page Setup group, click the Background button. Remember that this Background button is a toggle.
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