Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Topic B: Customizing the Quick Access toolbar
Removing buttons from the toolbar
Explanation
You can remove any buttons from the Quick Access toolbar, including the three default
buttons. To remove a button from the Quick Access toolbar:
1 Open the Word Options dialog box with the Quick Access Toolbar options
displayed.
2 In the right-hand list box, select the item you want to remove from the toolbar.
3 Click Remove and then click OK.
You can also remove a button by right-clicking it and choosing “Remove from Quick
Access Toolbar.” To return the Quick Access toolbar to its default buttons, open the
Word Options dialog box to the Quick Access Toolbar page, click Reset, and click OK.
Do it!
B-4: Resetting the Quick Access toolbar
Here’s how
Here’s why
1 Open the Word Options dialog
box, with the Quick Access
Toolbar options displayed
You’ll remove the macro you added to the
Quick Access toolbar.
2 In the right-hand list box, select
Project.NewMacros.Table
Click Remove
To remove the Project.NewMacros.Table macro
button from the toolbar.
You’ll return the toolbar to its default buttons.
3 Click Reset and choose Reset
only Quick Access Toolbar
A message asks you to verify that you want to
return the toolbar to its default state.
Click Yes
To remove all but the default toolbar buttons.
4 Clear Show Quick Access
Toolbar below the Ribbon
To return the Quick Access toolbar to its default
location.
Click OK
The Quick Access toolbar appears in its default
location, with the default buttons.
5 Close the document
Don’t save changes.
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