Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Customizing the Status Bar
Customizing the Status Bar
The status bar along the bottom of the window gives you information about
the file you’re working on. The Word status bar, for example, tells you which
page you’re on, how many pages are in your document, and several other
things. In PowerPoint, the status bar tells you which slide you’re looking at.
It also presents the view buttons and Zoom controls.
To choose what appears on the status bar, right-click the status bar. You see
a drop-down list similar to the one in Figure 1-5. By selecting and deselecting
items in this list, you can decide what appears on the status bar.
Figure 1-5:
the status
bar to
customize it.
Changing the Screen Background
Figure 1-6 shows three screen backgrounds with which you can dress up
Excel, Outlook, Access, Word, Publisher, and PowerPoint. Office offers 14
backgrounds in all. You are invited to experiment with the screen
backgrounds to find one that pleases you. Follow these steps to choose a screen
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