Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Customizing the Quick Access Toolbar
Customizing the Quick Access Toolbar
No matter where you go in Office, you see the Quick Access toolbar in the
upper-left corner of the screen. This toolbar offers the Save, Undo, and
Repeat buttons. However, which buttons appear on the Quick Access
toolbar is entirely up to you. You can put your favorite buttons on the toolbar
to keep them within reach. And if the Quick Access toolbar gets too big, you
can move it below the Ribbon, as shown in Figure 1-3. Adding buttons to and
removing buttons from the Quick Access toolbar is, I’m happy to report, a
piece of cake. And moving the toolbar below the Ribbon is as easy as pie.
Book IX
Chapter 1
Figure 1-3:
Merely
by
rightclicking, you
can add a
button to
the Quick
Access
toolbar.
Adding buttons to the Quick Access toolbar
Use one of these techniques to add buttons to the Quick Access toolbar:
Right-click a button you want to see on the toolbar and choose Add
to Quick Access Toolbar on the shortcut menu (refer to Figure 1-3).
You can add all the commands in a group to the Quick Access toolbar
by right-clicking the group name and choosing Add to Quick Access
Toolbar.
Click the Customize Quick Access Toolbar button (this button is located
to the right of the Quick Access toolbar) and choose a button on the
drop-down list. The list offers buttons deemed most likely to be placed
on the Quick Access toolbar by the makers of Office.
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