Excel Easter Eggs.....Have Fun!

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Excel Easter Eggs.....Have Fun!

  • Excel 2001

1. In the office assistant type "easter eggs" ( no quotes )
2. Click on the button that says how to make a map of the Middle East.

  • Excel 2000

1: Open up a new Workbook and press F5
2: Type x2000:L2000 and press Enter
3: Press the Tab key so you are in column M.
4: Hold down Ctrl, Shift and right click on the Bar Graph Icon at the top of the screen.
5: The list of developers scrolls on by

1: Launch Excel 2000 & Press F5
2: type: x2000:l2000 (note lower case l, not L)
3: press ENTER
4: hold Ctrl & Shift
5: click the Chart Wizard

1: Open Excel.
2: In a blank worksheet, select "Save as" and choose "Save as web page".
3: Click on Publish and Add interactivity.
4: Save as any name you like.
5: Load in the page with MS Internet Explorer, Excel will appear in the webpage.
6: Go to row 2000 Column WC
7: Highlight all of row 2000 and press Tab to make column WC the active column.
8: Hold the keys Ctrl, Alt, Shift and click on the Office Icon

  • Office 97

1: Insert a blank Worksheet.
2: Right click the tool bar and select Customise.
3: Find the Solitaire icon and drag it to the Toolbar.
4: Click OK and Close.
5: Hold down Ctrl, Shift, Alt and click the Solitaire icon.

  • Excel 97

1: Open a new Workbook and Press F5.
2: Type "X97:L97" and press Enter.
3: Press the Tab key, Hold down Ctrl & Shift and left click the Chart Wizard toolbar icon.
4: Use the mouse to move around - Left button reverse thrust, Right button forward thrust.
5: Look around carefully to find the Shrine with the programmers messages and the Blue Lagoon !

  • Excel 95

1: Create a new blank worksheet.
2: Go down the page to the 95th row.
3: With the mouse, select the whole row.
4: Use the Tab key to go to column B.
5: Select Help, About.
6: Hold down Ctrl, Shift, Alt and click on the Technical Support Button.
7: Now your in a 3D style room, do a 180 degree turn so your facing the wall.
8: Type in "excelkfa" and have a look around.


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