The toolbar and the tab

Here's what the Lertap toolbar looked like before Excel 2007 arrived for Windows users, and before Excel 2016 started to run on Macs (Macintosh computers):


The Lertap toolbar.


Most Windows people now use Excel 2010, Excel 2013, or Excel 2016 but the toolbar above is still to be seen, if you want it. It can be found under the Add-Ins tab in Windows (also available in Excel 2016 on the Mac, but harder to find). Just look (squint):





You may run many of Lertap's options from this Add-ins toolbar if you prefer, but the Lertap tab will be a much better option for most users:


      The Lertap 5.10.1 tab for Excel 2010


Running Lertap options from the tab makes it possible to view on-screen hover-help.


Hover-help? Sure. Look:


Hover-help example.


Just let your little mouse cursor hover above the options on the Lertap tab, and a bit of help comes into view. Hover help. (The "view" is better on Windows versions of Excel -- the Mac version's hover help is a bit less helpful).


Page ahead to see what the Lertap tab's options do.