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Where is the grouping option in Excel 2010?

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I'm not seeing the grouping option.  In Excel 2007, it was under the Data tab as I recall.  I'm on 2010 now and can't find the darn thing.
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Hi

Data / Outline / Group

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Still on the Data tab.

Tab can be customised under Excel Options. Maybe somebody has hidden the Outline group (accidentally or deliberately). I have just looked to do that on mine but the Grouping options are greyed out.

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Rob H
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There is no Data tab that I see. How do I get it to display?
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ok. I was able to add it. Thanks.
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Go to File Tab and Select Excel Options at the bottom.

This shows a WIndow with two panes. In the left hand pane select the Customize Robbon option. In the right hand pane will appear two lists with Add and Remove buttons between them. The right hand list should have an option for the Data tab which I suspect is not ticked. Tick and OK.

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Rob H
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