Display zero in the cells with Excel 2013


J

Jean-Luc CAPEL

Hello everyone,
I use recently the last version of Excel (2013).
in a Word document, I had copied an Excel sheet without connection ,from
an old version.
before passing to Excel 2013, I could since my Word document to click on
the Excel object and thus to reveal the menu bar of Excel. so I could to
go to option menu and valid the display zero option.

However today with office 2013 when I double-click on the Excel object
in the word document, the file menu don't apparent to go in the options.
There isn't possibility of changing this option of display zero in the
cells of worksheet.
Someone would have it an idea to find this option without having to
recreate a worksheet in Excel 2013 with this option.
Greetings
JLuc
 
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dguillett

Hello everyone,

I use recently the last version of Excel (2013).

in a Word document, I had copied an Excel sheet without connection ,from

an old version.

before passing to Excel 2013, I could since my Word document to click on

the Excel object and thus to reveal the menu bar of Excel. so I could to

go to option menu and valid the display zero option.



However today with office 2013 when I double-click on the Excel object

in the word document, the file menu don't apparent to go in the options.

There isn't possibility of changing this option of display zero in the

cells of worksheet.

Someone would have it an idea to find this option without having to

recreate a worksheet in Excel 2013 with this option.

Greetings

JLuc







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Can't you just open the old spreadsheet in 2013?
 
J

Jean-Luc CAPEL

thank you for your response
i don't have problem to open my old spreadsheet with excel 2013.
The problem is that i don't have menu "File/ Option" when i open my
spreadsheet in my word document.


Le 02/10/2014 15:08, (e-mail address removed) a écrit :
 
G

GS

Hello everyone,
I use recently the last version of Excel (2013).
in a Word document, I had copied an Excel sheet without connection
,from an old version.
before passing to Excel 2013, I could since my Word document to click
on the Excel object and thus to reveal the menu bar of Excel. so I
could to go to option menu and valid the display zero option.

However today with office 2013 when I double-click on the Excel
object in the word document, the file menu don't apparent to go in
the options. There isn't possibility of changing this option of
display zero in the cells of worksheet.
Someone would have it an idea to find this option without having to
recreate a worksheet in Excel 2013 with this option.
Greetings
JLuc

In Ecel 2007 and later there is no *Menubar* since this has been
replaced by the Ribbon. Are you say Word2013 doesn't expose the
Excel2013 Ribbon?

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C

Claus Busch

Hi Jean-Luc,

Am Thu, 02 Oct 2014 12:45:55 +0200 schrieb Jean-Luc CAPEL:
However today with office 2013 when I double-click on the Excel object
in the word document, the file menu don't apparent to go in the options.
There isn't possibility of changing this option of display zero in the
cells of worksheet.

what about rightclick => Worksheet Object => Edit?


Regards
Claus B.
 
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G

GS

Typos...

In Excel 2007 and later there is no *Menubar* since this has been
replaced by the Ribbon. Are you saying Word2013 doesn't expose the
Excel2013 Ribbon?

<FWIW>
There are plenty of replies from me in various Excel newsgroups wherein
I promote/encourage people to just use Excel to create the entire
document in cases where combining both Word and Excel via OLE is
needed. This is strongly based on the fact that I haven't found
anything (yet) that Word can do which I can not duplicate in Excel!

--
Garry

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Classic VB Users Regroup!
comp.lang.basic.visual.misc
microsoft.public.vb.general.discussion
 
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