Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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You also can add other commands to
or delete commands from the Quick Access
Toolbar so that it contains the commands
you use most often. As you add commands to
the Quick Access Toolbar, its commands may
interfere with the document title on the title
bar. For this reason, Word provides an option
of displaying the Quick Access Toolbar below
the Ribbon (Figure 1–13).
Each time you start Word, the Quick Access
Toolbar appears the same way it did the last time you used Word. The chapters in this
book, however, begin with the Quick Access Toolbar appearing as it did at the initial
installation of the software. If you are stepping through this chapter on a computer and
you want your Quick Access Toolbar to match the fi gures in this topic, you should reset
your Quick Access Toolbar. For more information about how to reset the Quick Access
Toolbar, read Appendix E.
Quick Access Toolbar
Commands
To add a Ribbon
command to the Quick
Access Toolbar, right-click
the command on the
Ribbon and then click Add
to Quick Access Toolbar
on the shortcut menu.
To delete a command
from the Quick Access
Toolbar, right-click the
command on the Quick
Access Toolbar and then
click Remove from Quick
Access Toolbar on the
shortcut menu. To display
the Quick Access Toolbar
below the Ribbon,
right-click the Quick
Access Toolbar and then
click Show Quick Access
Toolbar below the Ribbon
on the shortcut menu.
Quick Access
Toolbar positioned
below Ribbon
Figure 1–13
Offi ce Button
While the Ribbon is a control center for creating documents, the Offi ce Button is a
central location for managing and sharing documents. When you click the Offi ce Button,
located in the upper-left corner of the window, Word displays the Offi ce Button menu
(Figure 1–14a). A menu contains a list of commands.
When you click the New, Open, Save As, and Print commands on the Offi ce Button
menu, Word displays a dialog box with additional options. The Save As, Print, Prepare, Send,
and Publish commands have an arrow to their right. If you point to this arrow, Word displays
a submenu , which is a list of additional commands associated with the selected command
(Figure 1–14b). For the Prepare, Send, and Publish commands that do not display a dialog box
when clicked, you can point either to the command or the arrow to display the submenu.
list of recently
created Offi ce
documents will
appear here
Offi ce
Button
submenu
pointing to the
arrow to the right
of a command
causes a submenu
to be displayed
Offi ce Button
menu
for the Prepare, Send,
and Publish commands,
pointing to the command
or to the arrow causes a
submenu to be displayed
(a)
(b)
Figure 1–14
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