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In the upper left corner, there is the multi-colored "Office Orb." Beside it is the "Save" icon and then the "undo" arrow. To the right of those icons is a down arrow with a bar over top of it. If you hover, it should say "Customize Quick Access Toolbar". Click it and the bottom menu item should be "Minimize the Ribbon". Uncheck that to get your menus back to normal.
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Bring the Header & Footer Toolbar on the screen by clicking on the Header & Footer from the View Menu
On the Tool Bar you see an arrow just near the word Close. Click on that arrow.
Click on the arrow next to the Add or Remove buttons
Click on the arrow next to the Header & Footer
Click on the Reset Toolbar in the PopUp menu
Click on Ok.
Your Header & Footer Toolbar wll be brought back to the original state.
Hope this will work for you.
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Enter data the number 10 on cell A1. Enter data the number 20 on cell B2. Mouse click on cell C3. Press equal sign, press left arrow, press *, press left arrow twice, press enter. Mouse click on cell C3. You'll see your formula on the address bar. Hope this helps.