How to Add Windows Calculator in Microsoft Excel Quick Access Toolbar

Microsoft Excel is a spreadsheet application which allows users to perform calculations, graphing tools, pivot tables and a macro programming language called Visual Basic for Applications. Microsoft Excel comes with so many great features which can help you perform many tasks easily. You can even add Windows Calculator to your Microsoft Excel toolbar if you want to perform quick calculations in Excel.

If you want to add Windows Calculator in Microsoft Excel,

  1. Open Microsoft Excel and click on “Customize Quick Access Toolbar” and select “More Commands”.


  1. It will open Excel Options. In the “Choose Commands From” drop down menu, select “Commands not in the Ribbon”.


  1. It will show you the list of applications that are not in the quick access toolbar. Select Calculator from the list and click Add.


  1. Click OK and it will add Windows Calculator to your quick access toolbar as shown below.


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tushonline April 2, 2010

Wow, I didn’t know this!! Very handy. Thanks for posting Hammad.
I wish there is any way to add this calculator inside Adobe After Effects. I miss this feature in AFX which was in Combustion.

Siddhu April 2, 2010

Nice trick.. This will surely be helpful for doing calculations faster…

Sachin April 4, 2010

Nice post..keep it up….

anand April 16, 2010

thanx for finding such gud tricks which makes ouur office experience so easy and comfortable. thankx once again. keep it up boss..

Aditya Kane April 16, 2010

I am glad you liking these posts, we had not really featured a lot of tips or tricks on Office software, so glad you like them.