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  1. Go to first/last tabs

    In the previous versions of Excel, I was able to go the first/last tab by using the arrow buttons adjacent to the ones that move the tabs left or right. I am using spreadsheets with many tabs and I found this feature quite useful in the past to go to the end or beginning of all the tabs.
    I don't understand why there are now two redundant ways to scroll through the tabs. I have not seen a difference between the left/right arrows and the ellipsis to either side of the tabs. Why don't you bring back the go to…

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    63 comments  ·  Viewing / Navigating Workbooks  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

    You can navigate to the first and last sheet in the workbook by holding down the CTRL key while clicking on the Scroll Sheet Left or Right buttons.

    Thanks,
    Eric (MSFT)

  2. Workbook Title should be left-justified

    Workbook titles now bing in the center of the title bar means that I cannot 'layer' (like tiling) my workbooks atop one another in a diagonal fashion and still be able to see (at least the beginning of) the title.
    The quick-launch tool bar should be in the center instead of the title as it's never necessary unless currently using a workbook. The title is necessary to see, however.

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  3. The File ribbon should be separate form the other ribbons

    The File Tab opens a full screen page of options and constantly lags. This should be on a different row than, "home, insert, page layout" etc

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    The Ribbon (across all apps that have a Ribbon) is consistent in that it has a single row of tabs. We aren’t going to change that.

    Cheers,
    Dan [MS]

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