Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Running and Using an App
1 SIGN IN | 2 USE WINDOWS | 3 USE APPS | 4 FILE MANAGEMENT | 5 SWITCH APPS | 6 SAVE FILES
7 CHANGE SCREEN RESOLUTION | 8 EXIT APPS | 9 USE ADDITIONAL APP FEATURES | 10 USE HELP
To Customize the Quick Access Toolbar
The Quick Access Toolbar provides easy access to some of the more frequently used commands in the
office apps. By default, the Quick Access Toolbar contains buttons for the Save, Undo, and Redo commands.
You can customize the Quick Access Toolbar by changing its location in the window, as shown in the previous
steps, and by adding more buttons to reect commands you would like to access easily. The following steps add
the Quick Print button to the Quick Access Toolbar in the Excel window. Why? Adding the Quick Print button to
the Quick Access Toolbar speeds up the process of printing.
1
Tap or click the ‘Customize
Quick Access Toolbar’ button
to display the Customize Quick
Access Toolbar menu (Figure 29).
Customize Quick
Access Toolbar menu
‘Customize Quick Access
Toolbar’ button
Which commands are listed on the
Customize Quick Access Toolbar
menu?
It lists commands that commonly
are added to the Quick Access
Toolbar.
Quick Print command
commands you
quickly can add
to or delete
from Quick
Access Toolbar
‘Touch/Mouse Mode’
command adds space
around objects, making
using a touch screen easier
What do the check marks next to
some commands signify?
Check marks appear next to
commands that already are on the
Quick Access Toolbar. When you
add a button to the Quick Access Toolbar,
a check mark will be displayed next to its command name.
Figure 29
Quick Print button added
to Quick Access Toolbar
2
Tap or click Quick Print on the
Customize Quick Access Toolbar
menu to add the Quick Print
button to the Quick Access
Toolbar (Figure 30).
How would I remove a button
from the Quick Access Toolbar?
You would press and hold or
right-click the button you want to
remove and then tap or click ‘Remove from Quick Access Toolbar’ on the shortcut menu or tap or click the ‘Customize
Quick Access Toolbar’ button on the Quick Access Toolbar and then click the button name in the Customize Quick
Access Toolbar menu to remove the check mark.
Figure 30
1 SIGN IN | 2 USE WINDOWS | 3 USE APPS | 4 FILE MANAGEMENT | 5 SWITCH APPS | 6 SAVE FILES
7 CHANGE SCREEN RESOLUTION | 8 EXIT APPS | 9 USE ADDITIONAL APP FEATURES | 10 USE HELP
To Enter a Worksheet Title
The rst step in creating a spreadsheet is to enter its text by typing on the keyboard. To enter data into a
cell, you rst must select it. The easiest way to select a cell (make it active) is to tap the cell or use the mouse to
move the block plus sign pointer to the cell and then click. An alternative method is to use the arrow keys that
are located just to the right of the typewriter keys on the keyboard. An arrow key selects the cell adjacent to the
active cell in the direction of the arrow on the key.
In Excel, any set of characters containing a letter, hyphen (as in a telephone number), or space is considered
text. Tex t is used to place titles, such as worksheet titles, column titles, and row titles, on the worksheet. The
following steps enter the worksheet title in cell A1. Why? A title informs others as to the contents of the worksheet, such
as information regarding a company.
 
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