Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Topic B: Customizing the Quick Access toolbar
Changing toolbar display options
Explanation
After adding buttons to the Quick Access toolbar, you might want to change their
arrangement. In addition, if you add a lot of buttons, you might want to move the
toolbar below the Ribbon so that the buttons can extend across the window without
crowding the tabs.
To rearrange the Quick Access toolbar buttons:
1 Open the Word Options dialog box with the Quick Access Toolbar options
displayed.
2 In the right-hand list of commands, select a command you want to move, and
click Move Up or Move Down as necessary.
3 Click OK.
To move the Quick Access toolbar below the Ribbon, click the arrow on the right side
of the toolbar and choose Show Below the Ribbon. You can return the toolbar to its
default location by clicking the arrow and choosing Show Above the Ribbon. You can
also specify the Quick Access toolbar position by checking or clearing “Show Quick
Access Toolbar below the Ribbon” in the Word Options dialog box.
Do it!
B-2: Customizing the Quick Access toolbar display
Here’s how
Here’s why
1 Open the Word Options dialog
box, with the Quick Access
Toolbar options displayed
Click the arrow on the right side of the Quick
Access toolbar and choose More Commands.
2 In the right-hand list box, select
New
3 Click
three times
(The Move Up button.) To move the New
command up in the list.
4 Move the Open command to just
below the New command
Select Open and click Move Up.
In the bottom-left corner of the dialog box.
5 Check Show Quick Access
Toolbar below the Ribbon
6 Click OK
The Quick Access toolbar now appears below
the Ribbon, and the buttons are in the order you
specified.
 
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