Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Discovering Office Common Features
straightforward method is through the Options
dialog box. The following steps show you how to
accomplish this task:
5. On the right column, click any command and
click the Up or Down arrow to change the
Click the File tab and choose Options, which
displays the Options dialog box.
Restore the Default Settings
Click the Reset button and choose Reset Only
Quick Access Toolbar to reset the QAT to the
2. Click Quick Access Toolbar. Options for
customizing the Quick Access Toolbar appear.
3. Click the down arrow next to Choose
Commands From and choose All Commands.
All the commands appear in the list on the
6. Click OK when you are finished.
Individual Application Toolbars
4. Choose the command you want to add to the
Quick Access Toolbar and click the Add
button. See Figure 1-22 where I’ve added the
Open and the Quick Print buttons.
Although each Office application has a Quick
Access Toolbar, with the same three default
tools, customizing the Toolbar in one
application does not change it in the others.
Choose commands from arrow Add button
Customizing the Ribbon
New to Office 2010 is the ability to create a
customized Ribbon tab. You’ll find this very helpful
when you are working on a specific project and
you find yourself using the same tools over and
over again and the tools you use are on different
Ribbon tabs. Save yourself mouse clicks, wrist
strain, and most importantly time, by creating a
customized Ribbon tab. Just follow these steps:
Click the File tab and choose Options, and
then, click Customize Ribbon.
Adding icons to the Quick Access Toolbar.
2. From the right side column, click the New
Tab button. A New Tab (custom) section
appears with New Group under it.