Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Using the Quick Access Toolbar
using the Quick Access Toolbar
The Quick Access Toolbar is an easily customized place to put
command buttons that you use frequently. You don’t have to
select a tab first, because buttons on the Quick Access Toolbar
are always visible. With just a couple of clicks you can add or
delete buttons on the toolbar, so you can use it to gather the
commands for a special task and remove them when they are
no longer needed.
The first time you use Word, the Quick Access Toolbar appears
above the ribbon. At this point, it holds just a few buttons.
To make it more easily accessible, you can move it below the
ribbon.
Add a command to the toolbar
1 On the ribbon, right-click a command button or a group title.
2 Click Add To Quick Access Toolbar.
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Remove a command from the toolbar
1 On the Quick Access Toolbar, right-click a command button.
2 Click Remove From Quick Access Toolbar.
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TRY THIS Click the down-arrow at the right end of the Quick
Access Toolbar. Select or clear the listed commands and click
Show Below Ribbon.
sEE ALso For information about adding commands that don’t
appear on the ribbon and adding commands for specific
documents, see “Customizing the Quick Access Toolbar” on page 421.
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