Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Customizing the screen
Customizing the screen
You can change the way Word 2013 displays many of its tools
so that they suit the way you work. If you find that you’re dis-
tracted by the ribbon and other items that appear by default,
you can reduce the clutter to the minimum. Alternatively, if you
prefer to reduce the number of clicks needed to work on docu-
ments, you can make all of the tools visible.
In addition to the options mentioned here, there are many dis-
play choices available in the Word Options dialog box (these are
discussed in “Show or hide information on screen and on paper”
on page 429).
show or hide items on the status bar
1 Right-click the status bar to display the Customize Status Bar short-
cut menu.
TIP For many of the items on the Customize Status Bar
shortcut menu, when you change their state, the corresponding
text or icon either appears or disappears immediately. However, some
icons—for example, Number Of Authors Editing and Selection
Mode—will not appear even after they’re enabled unless there is some
information for them to show.
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