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Adding commands to the Quick Access toolbar
Adding commands to the Quick Access toolbar
The majority of commands you use in Excel 2013 appear on
the ribbon, but some of the commands require you to move
through one or two levels of the user interface (for example,
click the correct ribbon tab and then click a button to open a
dialog box). If there’s a specific command that you use all the
time, you can make that command easier to find by adding it to
the Quick Access toolbar. If you later find that you don’t use the
command as much as you used to, you can always remove the
command and make room for the commands that you do use.
Add a command to the Quick Access toolbar
1 Right-click any command on the Quick Access toolbar.
2 Click Customize Quick Access Toolbar.
3 Click the Choose Commands From down arrow.
4 Click the category from which you want to choose the command.
5 Click the command that you want to add.
6 Click Add.
7 Click OK.
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