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Customizing the Ribbon
sources such as the Internet. (Yes, I know, just because you are paranoid does not mean
that someone is not out to get you.) In the Privacy Options category, you can fi nd a set of
check boxes you can use to specify what connectivity to allow.
Customizing the Ribbon
You can customize any part of the Ribbon in PowerPoint 2013. You can even create your
own new tabs, making it possible to consolidate the commands you use most often on a
single tab for greater effi ciency.
Minimizing the Ribbon
If you aren’t using the Ribbon at the moment, you can hide it to get extra space on the
screen to see more text at once. There are several ways to do this:
Right-click any button on either the Ribbon or the Quick Access Toolbar and choose
Collapse the Ribbon.
Click the up-pointing arrow on the far right end of the Ribbon.
Press Ctrl+F1.
To redisplay it again, do any of the following:
Right-click any button on the Quick Access Toolbar and choose Collapse the Ribbon
to toggle the option off.
Click any tab to display the Ribbon temporarily, and then click the pushpin icon on
the far right end of the Ribbon.
Press Ctrl+F1.
Displaying or Hiding Ribbon Tabs
If there are certain tabs you never use, you might want to hide them. (You can always
change your mind later and redisplay them.)
To choose which tabs display, follow these steps:
1. Right-click any button on the Ribbon and choose Customize the Ribbon. The
PowerPoint Options dialog box opens with the Customize Ribbon tab displayed.
2. Mark or clear the check boxes as needed for each Ribbon tab listed in the right
pane. See Figure 22.6.
3. Click OK.
Some of the tabs listed in Figure 22.6 are not displayed all the time. For example, the Slide
Master tab appears only when you are working in Slide Master view. If you disable one of
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