Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Topic B: Customizing the Quick Access toolbar
Do it!
B-1: Adding buttons to the Quick Access toolbar
The files for this activity are in Student Data folder Unit 5\Topic B .
Here’s how
Here’s why
1 Open Custom
Save the document as
My custom
You’ll add several commands to the Quick
Access toolbar.
2 Click as shown
To display the Customize Quick Access Toolbar
menu.
Choose New
To add a button for the New command to the
Quick Access toolbar. This button will create a
new document.
3 Display the Customize Quick
Access Toolbar menu
On the right side of the Quick Access toolbar,
click the arrow.
Choose Open
To add a button for the Open command to the
toolbar. This button will open the Open dialog
box.
4 Display the Customize Quick
Access Toolbar menu
Choose More commands…
To open the Word Options dialog box with the
Quick Access Toolbar options displayed. You’ll
add the Close command to the Quick Access
toolbar.
5 From the “Choose commands
from” list, select File Tab
To display the commands listed on the File tab.
In the list of commands, select
Close
Use the list box on the left side of the dialog
box.
Click Add
To move the selected command to the
righthand list box. By default, this list represents the
toolbar that is available for all Word documents.
You could also select the current document’s
name from the Customize Quick Access Toolbar
list to customize the toolbar for the current
document only.
Next, you’ll add several commands for working
with table layouts.
6 From the “Choose commands
from” list, select
Table Tools | Layout Tab
To display all of the table layout commands.
 
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