Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Topic B: Customizing the Quick Access toolbar
Topic B: Customizing the Quick Access toolbar
This topic covers the following Microsoft Office Specialist objectives for exam 77-887:
Word Expert 2010.
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Objective
1.1
Configure Word options
1.1.1 Change default program options
5.2
Apply and manipulate macro options
5.2.4 Create a custom macro button on the Quick Access Toolbar
Adding buttons to the toolbar
Explanation
By default, the Quick Access toolbar contains only three buttons: Save, Undo, and
Redo. You can customize the Quick Access toolbar to include buttons for additional
commands and tools. Because the Quick Access toolbar is always visible, you’ll be able
to click buttons for your most frequently used commands, regardless of which Ribbon
tab is active.
To add buttons to the Quick Access toolbar, click the arrow on the right side of the
toolbar. The Customize Quick Access Toolbar menu is displayed. From this menu, you
can choose from many commonly used commands, such as New, Open, and Quick
Print.
If the menu does not contain the command you want to add, you can still add it to the
toolbar. Here’s how:
1 From the Customize Quick Access Toolbar menu, choose More Commands to
open the Word Options dialog box with the Quick Access Toolbar options
displayed.
2 From the “Choose commands from” list, select a category of commands.
3 In the list of commands, select the command you want to add to the Quick
Access toolbar.
4 Click Add to move the selected command to the right-hand list box, as shown in
Exhibit 5-3.
5 Click OK.
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