Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Using and Customizing the Ribbon
Figure 3-7 Tabs containing task-specific tools appear as needed at the right side of the ribbon.
Table 3-1 Features, Tools, and Commands Available on Common Ribbon Tabs
Tab Name
Basic editing and formatting tools, as well as the Clipboard and find/replace
functions. Outlook has seven task-specific Home tabs to cover individual
item types (e-mail messages, contacts, appointments, and so on).
Insert and edit tables, charts, shapes, text boxes, and all types of images.
This tab also provides access to tools for inserting symbols and creating and
editing hyperlinks.
Basic proofing (spelling, grammar) and reference (dictionary, thesaurus)
tools, language tools, and commands to add sticky-note comments. This
tab also includes file-comparison and change-tracking options.
Switch between views (Normal, Reading, Outline), show rulers and
gridlines, zoom a document, arrange and switch between windows, and view or
record macros.
Normally hidden, this tab contains tools for working with Visual Basic code
and macros and managing add-ins. Tools for building custom forms in
Outlook are here, as is access to document templates and the Document Panel.
If you install a third-party add-in or template that creates its own custom
tabs, they appear here.
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