Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Customizing Applications
3. With the New Group selected, from the left
column, click the tool you want to add and
click the Add button. The tool appears under
the new group.
New group New tab Added buttons
Choose Different Categories
If you don’t see the tool you want, click the
Choose Commands From arrow and select a
different category.
4. Add groups by clicking the New Group
button. See Figure 1-23 where you see I’ve
added four groups to the New Tab. The first
group contains the New, Open, and E-mail
buttons.
Figure 1-23
Creating a customized Ribbon tab.
5. Click the up or down arrows to reorder the
buttons, group, or even the new tab.
Rearrange Buttons
6. To remove a newly added tool, group, or tab,
click on it and choose Remove.
Rename the new custom tab or group by
clicking the new tab or group and choosing
Rename.
7.
Click OK when you are finished. Take a look
at Figure 1-24 where you see I renamed the
tab to My Projects.
Figure 1-24
The newly created customized Ribbon tab.
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