Excel 2007 Cheat Sheet: Quick reference charts

Find your favorite Excel 2003 commands in the new Excel 2007 interface

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Excel 2003 Location

Excel 2007 Location

Keyboard Shortcut

View > NormalView > Workbook Views > Normal

In Excel 2003: Alt-V, N

In Excel 2007: Alt-W, L
View > Page Break PreviewView > Workbook Views > Page Break Preview

In Excel 2003: Alt-V, P

In Excel 2007: Alt-W, I
View > Task PaneThe overall task pane is gone in Excel 2007, but some dialog box launchers display task panes.

In Excel 2003: Ctrl-F1

In Excel 2007: not available
View > Tool barsExcel 2007 no longer has tool bars.

In Excel 2003: Alt-V, T

In Excel 2007: not available
View > Formula BarView > Show/Hide > Formula BarAlt-V, F
View > Status BarThe Status Bar is always visible.

In Excel 2003: Alt-V, S

In Excel 2007: not available
View > Header and FooterInsert > Text > Header & FooterAlt-V, H
View > CommentsReview > Comments > Show All CommentsAlt-V, C
View > Custom ViewsView > Workbook Views > Custom Views

In Excel 2003: Alt-V, V

In Excel 2007: Alt-W, C
View > Full ScreenView > Workbook Views > Full ScreenAlt-V, U
View > ZoomView > Zoom > ZoomAlt-V, Z

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