Davinder Singh
Davinder Singh - 1 year ago in MS Excel

Tab scrolling button

[A] Allow you to view a different worksheet
[B] Allow you to view additional worksheet rows down
[C] Allow you to view additional worksheet columns to the right
[D] Allow you to view additional sheets tabs
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shivani gupta
shivani gupta - 1 year ago

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HARDIK MIGLANI - 4 days ago

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