Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Unit summary: Customizing Word
Review questions
1 Name two ways to hide the tabs on the Ribbon.
Click the Minimize the Ribbon button, or double-click a tab to hide them all.
2 What is the procedure for creating a custom tab?
a
Display the Customize the Ribbon page of the Word Options dialog box.
b
Click New Tab and enter a name.
c
Add the desired command groups and commands to your tab.
d Click OK.
3 Can you delete built-in tabs?
No, but you can hide them.
4 Describe the procedure for resetting all Ribbon customizations.
Open the Customize the Ribbon page of the Word Options dialog box, click Reset, and choose
“Reset all customizations.” Click Yes and then click OK.
5 How can you add buttons to the Quick Access toolbar? [Choose all that apply.]
A Drag items from the Ribbon to the Quick Access toolbar.
B Right-click any Ribbon item and choose Add to Quick Access Toolbar.
C Click the arrow on the Quick Access toolbar and choose More Commands.
D On the Developer tab, in the Controls group, click Insert and choose Toolbar
Button.
6 How can you rearrange the Quick Access toolbar buttons?
A Point to a button and drag it along the toolbar.
B In the Word Options dialog box, select an item in the list of toolbar buttons and
click Move Up or Move Down.
C Press Ctrl and drag a button along the toolbar.
D Right-click the toolbar, choose Customize Quick Access Toolbar, drag the
buttons in the dialog box that appears, and click OK.
7 How can you move the Quick Access toolbar below the Ribbon?
A In the Word Options dialog box, check “Show Quick Access Toolbar below the
Ribbon.”
B Point to the left edge of the toolbar and drag it below the Ribbon.
C Open the Word Options dialog box, drag the toolbar to move it, and click OK.
D Press Ctrl, point to the left edge of the toolbar, and drag it below the Ribbon.
8 How can you remove a button from the Quick Access toolbar?
A With the Word Options dialog box open, drag a button away from the toolbar.
B Drag a button to the Recycle Bin icon.
C Press Ctrl and drag a button away from the toolbar.
D In the Word Options dialog box, select an item in the list of toolbar buttons and
click Remove.
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