The toolbar and the tab

Here's what the Lertap toolbar looked like before Excel 2007 arrived for Windows users (it still looks much like this when Lertap runs on a Macintosh computer):


The Lertap toolbar.


Most Windows people now use Excel 2007, Excel 2010, or Excel 2013 but the toolbar above is still to be seen, if you want it. It can be found under the Add-Ins tab. Just look:


Toolbar as seen under the Add-Ins tab.


You may run many of Lertap's options from this toolbar if you wish. However, some of the options on the toolbar, such as the '8-ball', are not supported by Excel 2007/2010/2013, and are likely to produce unpredictable results. Better to use the Lertap tab for Excel 2007/2010/2013, as captured below:


The Lertap tab with its sections.


Running Lertap options via the tab has some advantages, such as fewer mouse clicks to get to the most popular options, and 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 URL below leads to a paper which has more comments on using the Lertap tab:


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