Excel is one of the most commonly used programs in organizations and schools, and is accessible to wide range of skill levels. Whether you need to execute complex Visual Basic operations, or you simply want to keep track of bill payments, Excel is a great choice.
But in the course of learning Excel you will encounter situations where something doesn’t work. If you have found that you learn best when you get audio feedback, then you might be interested in enabling an option that provides this type of feedback. Our guide below will show you how to enable feedback with sound in Excel 2013.
How to Enable Feedback with Sound in Excel 2016
The steps in this article are going to show you how to enable a setting in Excel where the program provides audio feedback based on the actions you take. Note that the sound will need to be turned on for your computer for you to hear this feedback. If you find this option to be annoying or unnecessary, you can always come back later and turn it off. Additionally, this setting applies to other Office programs that you have installed on your computer, such as Word and Powerpoint.
Step 1: Open Excel 2016.
Step 2: Click the File tab at the top-left corner of the window.
Step 3: Choose the Options button at the left side of the window.
Step 4: Select the Ease of Access tab in the left column of the Excel Options window.
Step 5: Click the box to the left of Provide feedback with sound. You can also change the sound scheme to a different option. Once you are done, click the OK button at the bottom of the window to apply the change.
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