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Right click on an empty area nex to the Menu (where the toolbar should be), then place a check in the boxes 'Standard' and 'Formatting'.
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Okay, from the menu click View then select Toolbars, then click on Standard.
Does this bring back your toolbar?
Sounds like you do not have Microsoft Excel installed. Instead you are using Excel Viewer or an excel sheet on your browser. Is this correct?
To find out if you have Excel installed, click the Start button > All Programs, and look for Microsoft Excel in the list.
Let me know.
I suppose you mean the Microsoft Excel program is there.
Now close excel and all other applications, then restart excel from Start > All Programs > Microsoft Excel.
What do you see on the top bar?
I'm sorryCustomer in order for me to be able to help you, you need to do a little better with your answers!
1- Can you tell me whether you have a menu bar on top, any tools, or just a totally empty area with nothing on it except Book1.
2- Is this a full version of Microsoft Excel or a Trial Version?
3 - Which version of Excel is it?
4- What is your operating system?
Thanks for the information.
If your Excel program looks like this, then you probably have some corrupted program files, which means you need to repair or reinstall excel.
In this case, while in excel, click Alt + H. This should bring up the Help menu. If it does, select 'Detect and Repair' and follow the instructions until the process is completed.
If you cannot get the Detect and Repair option, close all applications and click Start > Control Panel > Add or Remove Programs. Then look for Microsoft Office in the list, select it and click the Change button. Then choose the Detect and repair from there.
Let me know how it goes.
Okay try this, if it doesn't work then you need to reinstall excel.
Open Excel, press the Alt + T keys together. Then choose Customize.
Now click on the Commands tab on top, and then scroll down near the end and select Built In Menus. Then in the right pane click on View and drag it to the top of the application where the menu bar and toolbar should be. click Close.
Do you see the View item on the menu bar now?