Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Exploring the ribbon
use a contextual tab
1 Click the Insert tab.
2 In the Header & Footer group, click Header.
3 At the bottom of the gallery, click Edit Header.
4 Explore the Header & Footer Tools | Design contextual tab, which
appears only while the cursor is in the header or footer pane.
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hide the ribbon
1 In the upper-right corner of the Word window, click the Ribbon
Display Options icon.
2 Click the Auto-Hide ribbon item.
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cursor in
header
If you want to display the ribbon to use just a few commands, in the
upper-right corner, click the three dots.
When you click in the document text, the ribbon automatically
hides again.
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4 If you want to show the entire ribbon all the time or to show just
the tabs, click the Ribbon Display Options icon again and click the
option that you want.
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sEE ALso For information about putting your favorite tools in
more convenient locations on the ribbon, see “Creating a
custom tab or group on the ribbon” on page 423 and “Adding tools to
a custom group” on page 426.
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