Re: Slicers in Microsoft Excel.
Van Lant, Robin
I did a class once where they showed us slicers, but I have never had to use them. This is probably a good instance for calling the Microsoft Accessibility hotline. Same for the buttons. I have seen when people create a macro in Excel and they can make a button to invoke the macros appear anywhere on the worksheet they want. I cannot imagine how to access that with speech, but you may be able to activate it by the regular macros menus, which is on the developer ribbon.
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Subject: Slicers in Microsoft Excel.
This is my first message here.
A friend has the problem of not being able to access what are called slicers, sometimes used in pivot tables, in Microsoft Excel. He writes:
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