Menus are intelligent because they adapt to the needs of the user
do they work?
when we open Excel2003 menus only contain
commands most frequently used,
instead of containing all the commands. In this way menus are simpler
In order to have access to the
rest of commands you must go to the last button
and you will obtain the full menu, but those commands that did not appear
before will show in a lighter colour
If we do this operation on the menu View
it will enlarge; if we select the option Header and
Footer, next time we open the menu View
the command Header and Footer will appear incorporated
is to say, when you use a comand that is not in the initial menu it gets incorporated
to it from that moment
feature has as its objective to make the use of dropdown menus easier: only the commands
most frequently used will appear plus those that we have used, instead of a long
list with commands that we hardly ever use.
However, if we decide that
it is more convenient that menus include all the options,
all we have to do is to go to the menu Customize
tab Options and we should activate the square
Always show full menus.
In this screen, if we select the intelligent feature of menus we can also activate the square Show full menus after a short delay for the full menu to be unfolded without having to press the last button
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