Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Restoring the toolbar
You’ll find both a customizations file—MiniRibbon.exportedUI—and a file with an attached
toolbar—Ribbon Group Toolbar.xlsx—with the other examples on the companion website.
Figure 3-18 You can configure a custom version of the Quick Access Toolbar that travels with a
The drop-down list shows two items: For All Documents and For <the active workbook
name > . If you select the active workbook, the command list starts out blank, and you can
begin adding items from the list on the left. (Even though the list starts out blank, the
default tools—Save, Undo, and Redo—always appear at the left end of your custom bar.)
Any commands you add to the active workbook’s toolbar are relevant only to the active
workbook; they are saved with the workbook and reappear on the toolbar the next time
you open the workbook. To remove a custom toolbar configuration from a workbook,
select its name in the Customize Quick Access Toolbar drop-down list and click the Reset
Restoring the toolbar
Now that you’ve thoroughly scrambled the Quick Access Toolbar, perhaps you’re
experiencing a bit of remorse. Don’t worry—it’s easy to return it to normal:
Restoring the toolbar Select Quick Access Toolbar in the Excel Options dialog box,
click the Reset button, and select either Reset Only Quick Access Toolbar or Reset All
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