In Excel, when you make changes to certain controls or settings, you may need to confirm those changes. The specific method for confirming changes can vary based on the type of control or setting you are working with. Here are some general steps you can follow:

Method 1: Using Enter Key

  1. Make Changes:
    • Modify the desired control or setting.
  2. Confirm with Enter:
    • After making changes, press the Enter key on your keyboard. This is a common method to confirm changes in various Excel dialog boxes.

Method 2: Using OK or Apply Button

  1. Make Changes:
    • Modify the desired control or setting.
  2. Look for OK or Apply:
    • In some cases, you might find an “OK” or “Apply” button at the bottom of the dialog box or settings window.
  3. Click OK or Apply:
    • Click the “OK” or “Apply” button to confirm and apply the changes.

Method 3: Using Close or Cancel Button

  1. Make Changes:
    • Modify the desired control or setting.
  2. Look for Close or Cancel:
    • If you don’t want to apply the changes, look for a “Close,” “Cancel,” or “X” button to discard the changes.
  3. Click Close or Cancel:
    • Click the “Close,” “Cancel,” or “X” button to cancel the changes if needed.

Method 4: Keyboard Shortcuts

  1. Make Changes:
    • Modify the desired control or setting.
  2. Check for Keyboard Shortcuts:
    • Some controls might have specific keyboard shortcuts to confirm or cancel changes. Check the tooltip or documentation for the control you’re working with.

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