Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
What’s New? What’s Changed?
Figure 1-2 If you don’t like the default ribbon in an Office program, change it by adding,
removing, and rearranging tabs and individual commands.
With one exception, clicking a tab on the ribbon displays a horizontal strip of commands
and options related to that task. The exception is the File tab, which always appears in
the first position on the left side; clicking File opens the new Office Backstage view, which
occupies the entire program window and consolidates multiple tasks into a single location
without forcing you to open multiple dialog boxes. Click any of the options that appear,
menu-style, along the left side of the window to ill Backstage view with the details for that
task. Figure 1-3, for example, shows the Print tab in Word 2010, with a neatly arranged
group of settings (accessible only through dialog boxes in previous Office editions) and a
Print Preview pane.