Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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The Word Options dialog box lets you not only add any of the bazillion commands to the toolbar
(including lots not found on the Ribbon) but also change the toolbar’s button order, as illustrated in
the figure.
When you’re done making changes, click the OK button to close the Word Options dialog box.
There, you can view and treasure your new Quick Access toolbar.
Choose the All Commands item from the Choose Commands From menu to view
every possible command in Word. Sometimes, a missing command that you think could be
elsewhere ends up being available in the All Commands list — for example, the popular Save All
command or the Tabs command, which quickly displays the Tabs dialog box.
When your command list grows long, consider organizing it. Use the <Separat-
or> item to help group similar commands. The <Separator> appears as a vertical bar on the
Quick Access toolbar.
Yes, some commands lack specific graphics on their buttons; they show up as green dots on the
toolbar.
My personal Quick Access toolbar contains these commands: Save, Save All, Small Caps,
Undo, Redo, Quick Print, and Touch Mode. These commands are shown in Figure 29-5 .
To return the Quick Access toolbar to the way Word originally had it, choose Reset Reset Only
Quick Access toolbar from the Word Options window (refer to Figure 29-5 ) .
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