Friday, 2 June 2017

How to add calculator to MS WORD

Add a Calculator to Word Sometimes you need to figure out some arithmetic and you don't want to bring up your computer's n... thumbnail 1 summary



Add a Calculator to Word

Sometimes you need to figure out some arithmetic and you don't want to bring up your computer's native calculator. And it's not like you're going to use a separate physical calculator like some kind of frigging' cave man. Good thing you can easily add a calculator into Word.

On a PC, go to File > Options > Quick Access Toolbar, switch to All Commands and click on the Calculate Command to add to the Quick Access Toolbar. After you save, you will see a non-descript gray circle at the top of your Word window. Now, if you highlight an equation in your document and click that circle, you will find an answer to your calculation at the bottom of your window. This function does not appear to be available on Mac.



  
 

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