Indicators and Tools on the Excel 2010 Status Bar
The Status bar appears at the bottom of the Excel 2010 window and keeps you informed of Excel's current mode and any special keys you engage. In addition, you can use the status bar to select a new worksheet view and to zoom in and out on the worksheet.
The Status bar contains the following areas:
Mode indicator that shows the current state of the Excel program (Ready, Edit, and so on) as well as any special keys that are engaged (Caps Lock, Num Lock, and Scroll Lock)
AutoCalculate indicator that displays the average and sum of all the numerical entries in the current selection along with the count of every cell in the selection
Normal: Default view that shows the worksheet cells with the column and row headings
Page Layout: View that displays rulers, page margins, headers and footers, and shows page breaks for the worksheet
Page Break Preview: Enables you to adjust the paging of a report
- View and change settings (such as Zoom and the worksheet view) in the Status bar.
You can customize the display of certain options on the Status bar. Right-click the Status bar and select an option to enable the feature. Options that appear with a check mark are already active.