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How to Remove Hyperlinks in Microsoft Excel 2007

Microsoft Excel is the best spreadsheet application ever designed and developed. It has gained such immense popularity because of its customizable nature and numerous options for inserting, saving, manipulating, calculating, and displaying of the data. With Excel, you can create smart reports on the basis of data saved in its spreadsheets and a lot more. However, insertion of data in Excel is simple but when it comes to clearing of the data or some of the properties of the data it at times is a little difficult. In this post we will talk about hyperlinks in Excel. Hyperlink, as we all know is a property of text by which user goes to some other pre-defined page on clicking the text. Hyperlinks are mostly used in Web applications but are also frequently used in Excel for navigating through various cells or worksheets. Adding a hyperlink to any cell is quite simple and you can do it just by right clicking any cell and then selecting Hyperlink option in the context menu and to remove the Hyperlink you just need to right click the cell again and select “Remove Hyperlink”. But this approach of removing the Hyperlink doesn’t work with more than one cell.

So here I will let you know how to just clear the Hyperlinks from multiple cells in one go without losing the actual content of the cells.


Use the CTRL key and select all the cells which have Hyperlinks in them.


Now apply the format which should be there after the Hyperlinks get removed.

Note: Now you will see that the visibility of Hyperlinks is gone, but when the pointer will still change in Hand shaped pointer when you will move the mouse over those cells. This tells us that only the display has been changed but the property of the cell still carries the Hyperlink’s value.


Click on any Empty cell and type number 1 in it.


Press CTRL+C to copy this cell to the clipboard.


Use the CTRL key to again select all the cells which holds the Hyperlink property in them.


Once the selection is done right click on any of the selected cells and select Paste Special from the context menu.


Step 6 will open the Paste Special window for you and in this Window there is a radio button called Multiply, under the operation section. Leave all the other selections as default but in Operation section select Multiply.


Click on OK

Now, you will see that the Hyperlinks have all gone and those cells will be like any other normal cell. If you wish you can further format the cells as per your design. Formatting of the cells is important because when a cell has a Hyperlink in it the display of its text is set to Blue and Underlined, which needs to be removed later on. So with the steps given above you can remove all the Hyperlinks within a given range in just one go.

How to Make Tables Using Microsoft Excel

Microsoft Excel is software from the Microsoft Corporation that comes bundled in its Famous Microsoft Office suite. Microsoft Office is a commercially marketed platform of which Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft PowerPoint and Microsoft Access form a crucial part. Microsoft Office was launched in 1990 with Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel and Microsoft PowerPoint; it has now come a long way with Microsoft Office 2010 launched for Windows and Microsoft Office 2011 launched for Mac OS X.

Microsoft Excel was first launched bundled with Mac in 1985 and the first Windows version in 1987. It has come a long way since then with its latest version are the 2010 version for windows and 2011 version for Mac.

Microsoft Excel is an application in Microsoft Office suite which is used for analyzing and manipulating data in spreadsheets. There are many tools in Microsoft Excel to solve all your data management problems. One of which is tabulating Raw Data. You can create a table in Excel 2007 for storing manipulating and organizing Data in tables.

Here are some of the very simple steps you must follow to create a table in Microsoft Excel:

Step 1:

First select an empty range of cells or cells that contain the data you want to tabulate

Step 2:

Take your mouse to the Home tab, click on “Styles”. Click on the button “Format as Table”

Step 3:

Excel shows a new tab named gallery, with some formatting choices for your table. Select the one most relevant to your data.

Step 4:

Remember to select the checkbox for the ‘Heading Row’ if necessary

Step 5:

A dialogue box will open; Select the range of cells you want to convert to a table

Click ok and your table is created.

These are some simple steps can be used to create a table in Microsoft Excel. One of the major advantages of using Microsoft Excel is that its parent suite Microsoft Office comes with a new, easy to use user interface with better applications. It has been worked on time again and again by Microsoft keeping in mind the changing needs of today’s professional environment and to keep it updated and bug free. Also due to the widespread use of Microsoft Excel the user seldom has not to worry about compatible software because most offices use Microsoft Excel. It is this attribute of Microsoft Excel that separates it from its competitors and has given it a chance to carve out a niche for itself in the professional environment. You wouldn’t expect anything better from the Hands of Microsoft.

How to Change the Language in Microsoft Excel

In this new age, people are using different kinds of technologies to get a better life and people have different kind of ways for it. Few decades ago, you should had to do your work by yourself, you don’t have any machine for that but now you have many machines to help you out and also few decades ago you have to write all the things on paper but now you can take a computer type the matter and you get a print out in seconds. So keeping these kinds of works in mind years ago Microsoft made its office, a program which has made by Microsoft and it called Microsoft Office.

Microsoft Excel is main part of Microsoft Office and without MS Exce,l MS Office would not be complete. Microsoft Excel is for your work, yes different kind of work like making reports, charts, graphs and making data files.

You can enter data and you can analysis the data in different ways.

Microsoft excel is very useful for business purpose also it can be used for proposes such as you can make your annual reports, your presentations etc. on it and you get the exact and clear results. You can use their default formulas or you can create by yourself, by using their formulas you can calculate data in it, you just have to enter your values and you get your results in just a few clicks. There are many ways to use Microsoft Excel in your daily life and one of the biggest uses of that is making graphs. If you want to plot a graph then you should use Microsoft Excel because it delivers the best graphs and you can make easily a graph on it.

If you are using Microsoft Excel and you want to change the default language in Microsoft Excel then you can do this easily. Microsoft allows you to work in any of hundreds of available languages.

If you want to Change the Language in Microsoft Excel then below are steps for you.

Step 1:

Open Microsoft Excel and click on the Microsoft Office button in the top left handed corner of your screen and go down to Microsoft Excel options. Now, you will see a window will appear and in that window you can click the popular tab which is on the left hand side of the screen. You can see a button at the bottom of the window that labeled Language Settings.

Step 2:

You can now click the Language Settings button and then select any languages that you want to work in from the box on the left click Add and to move it to the box on the right. Finally in the drop down box on the bottom of the screen labeled Primary editing language and select the language that you want to work in by default. You can now click OK to close the window and then click OK again.

How to Insert Excel Workbook Into MS PowerPoint

MS office contains several tools like MS Excel, MS Access, MS Word and MS PowerPoint in general. All these are very popular office tools and use on very large scales. PowerPoint is used to present slide show presentation program that allow users to easily create presentations. These presentations may include objects such as charts, graphs and data tables or figures. You can easily move data from excel to PowerPoint and vice-versa because both are compatible to each other. If you want you can easily insert MS excel object directly to PowerPoint. You can also use copy-paste option over a MS Excel worksheet. In this article we will discuss how to insert an Excel object in MS PowerPoint easily.

Follow the instructions given below.


First step is to open the PowerPoint presentation and just click on a blank slide in the slide list. It is usually present on the left hand side of the window. You can also get a blank slide using the right click on the slide area and choose new slide.


Now the second step is to click on the insert tab and then click object.


You can see a circle next to the option called “create from file” and then click browse. Browse for Excel worksheet on your computer and select one that you want to insert into PowerPoint. After selecting the desired worksheet, click OK and again click OK.


If you want to paste a chart in another format then click the arrow on the paste button and then select paste special. When you click paste special, you will get a list such as:

If you want to paste a chart as a static picture then select any picture. Picture format will provide the best quality, you can also click MS Office graphic object to paste a chart as a graphic objects. After that you can edit by using chart tools in PowerPoint or if you want to paste the chart as an embedded object that is linked to the source data, then click MS office Excel chart object.

You may want to paste the chart as an Object Linking and Embedding (OLE) PowerPoint application, then click MS Office Excel Chart object and then select the display as icon check box. These options may not be available if you are using MS office in compatibility mode, so make sure before doing these operations.

You can also use this option to insert a chart from MS Excel 2007 to MS PowerPoint 2007. You can do this by clicking chart button the ribbon, then insert and then illustrations. After inserting the chart, you can further modify in PowerPoint 2007 using its chart tools. All the charts that you create in PowerPoint will be embedded in PowerPoint presentation. The source data will be entitled to the MS Excel worksheet.

Using these tips and steps given above, now you can insert Excel documents in PowerPoint presentations.

How to Make a Line Graph in Microsoft Excel

It is very easy to make a graph or line graph in MS Excel. It has everything you need to create a line graph; you just need to provide necessary data for the graph. After inputting entire data, the MS Excel will make a line graph for you. We will give you some useful instructions to make a line graph in MS Excel.

Follow these steps to create a line graph in MS Excel:


The first and important step is to label the data you want to include in the line graph. Now type the labels for each piece of data for the line graph, in the first row.


Now the second step is to provide entire data you want to display in the line graph. If you are using MS Excel then you need to provide the data that will be included in the line graph. Now you have to type the information under the labels which is on the top of the each column. The information will be displayed with the line graph.


Now after doing all these steps, you can also highlight the data for the line graph. You can also click and drag the data you want to include in the line graph.


Now to insert the line graph, click on the insert tab which is second on the top of the screen. It is time to locate the chart section of the insert button. Select the line graph and click, you will find different options for line graph. It can be in two-dimension and also in three dimensions.


Now you have to choose the type of line graph you want MS Excel to make for you. After doing this, MS Excel will display the line graph and data you have provided before in the MS Excel spreadsheet. You can also perform many changes in the line graph like you can change the text, title or other text on the line graph.

These steps are best suited for MS Excel and you can also do this in MS Excel 2003.

In MS Excel steps are almost same but in MS Excel 2003, you have to select the range for data given. You can name X-axis and Y-axis and click, drag the data for them. It will also give you so many options to choose from, such as you can define title for x-axis or y-axis or the type of the data. After doing all the modification, choose the location where you want to save the line graph. To save the line graph; click “save as” then name the line graph and click save. Now we will provide you some important point to take care of such as; when you are making a line graph, it can display multiple lines for multiple sources of data. You can provide one column of information for each type of data that you want to include in the line graph.

How to Develop Macros for Microsoft Excel

Excel includes VBA which is known for its powerful programming language that is used to develop all sorts of macros.  As you are in the process of developing macros, before that you need to make the whole of it change to your macros. It can cause some tooting problems in your worksheets.

But as the changes move forward like adding and removing code then automatically the actual file used to store the macros that is the workbook will get a bit fragmented.

It may seem that internally all the macros are stored in blocks but sometimes the blocks can become “non-contiguous” over time. There are times when the fragmentation can turn worse and the macros either fail or the workbook can become unusable. The one and only solution to this is to do your macro development in a different workbook. So when you transfer the macro to its final home, it will be transferred as a contiguous block, and not as fragmented.

If you want to make sure that all the macro fragmentation is completely removed from an existing workbook then you need to do is transfer your VBA modules to text files. For this generate a brand new workbook, and then introduce the modules into it.

The following are the steps to create a macro by recording a macro.

Step 1:

First you need to set the security to medium or low. The steps are

On the Tools menu, click on Options and then Click on the Security tab.

Now, under Macro Security, click on Macro Security and then Click on the Security Level tab and then select the security level you want to use.

Step 2:

On the Tools menu, point your cursor to Macro, and then click Record New Macro.

Step 3:

In the Macro name box, you need to enter a name for the macro.


Step A

The first character of the macro name needs to be a letter. The Other characters can be letters, numbers, or underscore characters. Spaces are not permissible in a macro name and as a word separator you can use underscore character.

Step B

Does not use a macro name that is also a cell reference or else you can get an error message that the macro name is not valid.

Step 4:

If you want to run the macro by pressing a keyboard shortcut key, enter a letter in the Shortcut key box for example You can use CTRL+ letter (for lowercase letters) or CTRL+SHIFT+ letter (for uppercase letters), where letter is any letter key on the keyboard. The shortcut key letter you use cannot be a number or special character such as @ or #or anything as such.

Step 5:

In the Store macro in box, click on the location where you want to store the macro. If you want a macro to be available whenever you use Excel, then select Personal Macro Workbook.

Step 6:

If you want to include a description of the macro, type it in the Description box and write the description and Click OK.

Step 7:

If you want the macro to run relative to the position of the active cell, record it using relative cell references.

On the Stop Recording toolbar, you will have to click on the Relative Reference. Excel will keep on continuing it to record macros with relative references until you quit excel or until you click Relative Reference again, so that it is not selected.


Carry out the actions that you want to record. To stop recording, On the Stop Recording toolbar, click Stop Recording.

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