▶ 20 Awesome Excel Games To Play at Workplace .
▶ All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy .
▶ So to make you to play games at your office or college whenever you feel bored, I have come up with a list of 20 awesome Excel games.
▶ You can play them even at home or wherever you are but its ideal for office-goers as your boss will always feel that you are working and not playing on Excel.
▶ Just download these Excel files and have some wonderful time playing games.
▶ Not just new games, there are some old games that will bring back your old memories. Enjoy!
We all know that Microsoft Excel is used for data gathering, analysis and making few financial decisions.
But did you guys know that we can even play some cool games on it?
This article will be specially helpful to people working in IT companies like me or to any others who want to relax a bit after long hours of work.
Thanks to the Excel spreadsheets, you can now play your favorite games without installing any software on your computer.
To play these games all you need is to have is just Microsoft Office Excel installed on your computer.
Any version of Excel will do as these games are compatible with all of them.
How to Play?
All you need to do is just download and that’s it . You are done!
Not to forget that you should have flash player installed on your computer.
The files are in .rar format, you will have to extract the file using Winrar and then open the Excel file to play.
The games are embedded flash files so you will need to enable Macros..
If you find difficulty in enabling macros, just check your Microsoft Office version i.e whether it is 2003, 2007 or 2010.
Check at the end of this article to know how to enable macros for all these versions.
Enabling Macros on different versions of Microsoft Excel
Go to Tools > Options.
Go to Security Tab.
Click on “Macro Security…”
Select “Medium: You can choose…” and click OK.
Close your Excel and re-launch your Excel application.
If you did it correctly, you will be prompt to choose whether to enable the macro or not. Click Enable Macros.
Click on the Office button on the top left corner of the application. Then click on the Excel Options (You can find this near Exit Excel at the bottom).
Click Trust Center, click Trust Center Settings, and then click Macro Settings. There Enable Macros.
If the Developer tab is not available, click the Microsoft Office Button, and then click Excel Options. Click Popular, and then select the Show Developer tab in the Ribbon check box.
When you open the Excel game file, the yellow Message Bar appears with a shield icon and the Enable Content button.
On the Message Bar, click Enable Content. And you can start playing.
You all knew the other face of Excel. Not many of you would have liked it.
But by playing games on it, you would definitely increase your love towards Excel.
“All work and no play makes jack a dull boy”. Don’t always work, do play and relax at times.