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Creating new ribbon tabs and groups
Creating new ribbon tabs and groups
The Excel 2013 ribbon interface contains all of the commands
that you’ll use on a regular basis, organized to meet the needs
of most users. If you want to create a custom ribbon tab that
includes the commands that you use most frequently, you can
do so by using the controls on the Customize Ribbon page of
the Excel Options dialog box. After you create the custom tab,
you can add existing commands without removing them from
their original places on the ribbon. If you want to bring
individual commands into their own group, you can create a custom
group on a ribbon tab to hold them.
Create a custom ribbon tab
1 Right-click any ribbon tab.
2 Click Customize The Ribbon.
3 Click the tab above where you want the new tab to appear.
4 Click New Tab.
5 Click OK.
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TRY ThIS Right-click anywhere on the ribbon and then click
Customize The Ribbon. In the Main Tabs pane, click the Insert
tab and then click New Tab. Then, in the command list in the left pane,
click Font and then click Add. When you click OK to close the Excel
Options dialog box, a tab named New Tab appears on the ribbon.
When you click the New Tab tab, you’ll see that it contains a group
named New Group, which in turn contains the Font command.
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