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Excel For Noobs Tutorial: Data Entry Using Data Forms - The Quick Access Toolbar

The Quick Access Toolbar

Using the ribbon to access commands is very efficient but there are many less common Excel commands that cannot be found on the ribbon. One way to add commands in an easy to click spot is by customizing the quick access toolbar. The quick access toolbar can be found above the ribbon tabs on the top left. See below.

Excel Tutorial Customize the Quick Access Toolbar


You can customize the quick access toolbar by adding and removing commands. In this tutorial we are going to show you how to do this, but this is not a tutorial on the Quick Access Toolbar. This lesson is on using Forms in Excel, but Forms just happen to be a feature that is not on the ribbon and therefore a lesson on the Quick Access Toolbar is derived out of necessity.

Data Entry Using Data Forms

A data form is an efficient data entry tool used to enter data among a range of cells without having to scroll through the worksheet. Data forms are especially efficient when you are entering data in a large range of cells that doesn’t fit on the screen. To use a data form you must have a row where you enter headers or categories into each column. Data forms are also limited to a maximum of 32 columns. To learn how to access and use the form command follow the steps below.

Step 1: First create the worksheet with titles and data as shown in the image below.

Excel Tutorial Data Forms


Step 2: Now click the arrow in the quick access toolbar and select more commands. The Excel Options dialog box will appear.

excel data form tutorial


Step 3: Make sure that the Quick Access Toolbar tab is selected in the dialog box. Locate the Choose Commands box, from the drop down menu select All Commands.

Step 4: Now scroll down the list of commands until you locate Form…. Select Form… and click the Add button. Then click OK to close the Excel Options dialog box. Now the Form command is added to your quick access toolbar.

Excel For Beginners Tutorial Data Forms


Step 5: Select any cell inside your table and click on the Form button. A Data Form is automatically generated with the column headers listed to the left, and boxes for you to enter data on the right.

Excel data form tutorial how to


Now that you have generated a data form for your table you can use it to efficiently add data to your table without having to scroll through a longer range of cells. Simply click on the New button in the data form and enter the appropriate data to the appropriate categories. When you do this a new row of data will automatically be added to your table. You can also navigate through your table using the data form by using the Find Prev and Find Next buttons.

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