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Excel and microsoft word letters works backward.

Hi there, may excel column A, B, C etc always starting at the rigt side corner and the Sheet 1,2,3 also is in the oposite.. how will i return then to a normal way reading the column A-Z, left to right. please email me your answer at juddiegallogo@yahoo.com. thanks a lot. God bless to all, more power guys

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  • juddiegallog Feb 08, 2009

    i already solve this prob alright! if somebody encountered this kind of prob just go to PAGE LAYOUT, SHEET OPTIONS THEN PRESS SHEET LEFT TO RIGHT.

  • amit Feb 15, 2013

    there is no this tab option sheet left to right on page layout(office 2007).please help if there is any option to invoke this sheet left to right feature???

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Just go to the page layout in the toolbar & then from the sheet options press Sheet Right to Left bottom (highlighted with orange color as shown below)excel and microsoft word letters works backward. - 462be5e.jpg.

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Hi, i also have the same problem ,, i just restart the computer and now, it's okey.

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