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Toolbar (Quick Access Toolbar)
Toolbar (Quick Access Toolbar)
In earlier versions of Word, developers could customize the toolbars. We could
even create our own custom toolbar by using custom coding. Even though the
Ribbon is quicker and easier than the classic toolbars, you may find yourself wishing
for certain commands that used to be immediately available on a toolbar and are
now hidden somewhere within the Ribbon. To satisfy Word 2007 users' need for
familiarity, and Word 2007 developers' desire to customize, Microsoft Office Word
2007 comes with the Quick Access Toolbar QAT ), which can be customized to suit (
our needs. The following images represent the default view of the Quick Access
Toolbar in Word 2007:
Adding controls to toolbars
Users have the option to add often-used commands, or commands missing from the
Ribbon command buttons to the QAT. There are a few ways to do this. One option
is to right-click on the command button on the Ribbon, and choose Add to Quick
Access Toolbar from the shortcut menu (refer to the previous image.) You can also
access the QAT through coding by using VSTO 3.0 and .NET programming.
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