By default, the Developer tab is not visible in Excel. However, there’s a possibility that you may not need to enable it if you share the software with someone who has already set it up. If you don’t see the Developer tab when you open Excel, follow these instructions:
- Windows: Click on “File” in the menu at the top of the screen and select “Options” from the drop-down menu.
- Select “Customize Ribbon,” then locate the “Main Tabs” section.
- Check the box next to “Developer” to activate the Developer tab.
- macOS: Click on “Excel” in the menu at the top of the screen, then select “Preferences” from the drop-down menu.
- Choose “Ribbon & Toolbar,” then locate the “Main Tabs” section and find the “Customize the Ribbon” category.
- Check the box next to “Developer” to enable the Developer tab, then click “Save.”
Make sure to double-check the ribbon to ensure that the Developer tab is now visible. If it is, you can proceed to create and run your own macros. Keep in mind that the Developer tab will always be displayed in the ribbon from now on, unless you disable it through the Options menu or reinstall Excel.
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