Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
The Toolbars tab of the Customize dialog box.
On the Toolbars tab you can:
n Hide or display a toolbar by checking or unchecking it (but you cannot hide the Menu Bar).
n Create a new toolbar by clicking New and typing in the name of the toolbar. Outlook
displays the new toolbar, which is empty, and you add commands to it as I describe soon.
n Delete or rename a custom toolbar.
n Reset a default toolbar to its original complement of buttons.
While the Customize dialog box is open, you can add, remove, and move toolbar buttons using
drag and drop. If you want to add new buttons, you must display the Commands tab of this dialog
box, shown in Figure 19.7. This dialog box lists all of Outlook’s commands, organized by category.
Here’s what you can do; these actions include any new, empty toolbar that you may have created:
n To move a button from one toolbar to another , drag it from the old toolbar and drop it
on the new toolbar. A vertical black line shows where the button will be placed before
you drop it.
n To move a button to a new location on the same toolbar , drag and drop it.
n To place a new command on a toolbar , drag it from the list of commands in the
Customize dialog box and drop it in the desired location.
n To remove a command from a toolbar , drag it off the toolbar and drop it anywhere
away from the toolbars.
When you are finished, click the Close button to close the Customize dialog box.