Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Customizing the ribbon and Quick Access Toolbar
Customizing the ribbon and Quick Access
As with other Office applications, you have several choices concerning how to work with
Project. Some of the many customization settings include the following:
▪ Add frequently used commands to the Quick Access Toolbar.
▪ Customize an existing tab on the ribbon, or create a new tab that includes any
commands you want.
The scenario: At Lucerne Publishing, you want to make your custom macro that generates a
GIF image snapshot of a plan accessible via a custom tab.
In this exercise, you add a command to the Quick Access Toolbar and create a custom tab.
On the File tab, click Options .
The Project Options dialog box appears.
In the Project Options dialog box, click the Quick Access Toolbar tab.
TIP You can also click the drop-down arrow on the right edge of the Quick Access
Toolbar and then click More Commands.
On the left side of the dialog box, in the Choose commands from box, click
Commands Not in the Ribbon .
Project displays the list of commands that are not currently accessible from the
ribbon. Take a moment to look through this list for commands you would like quick
In the list of commands (in the large box on the left side of the dialog box), click Go
To , and then click Add .
Project adds the Go To command to the right side of the dialog box.