Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Customize the Ribbon
5. Click the Trust Center Settings button.
The Trust Center dialog box appears with the Macro Settings options
displayed.
6. Select one of the following radio buttons:
Disable All Macros without Notification: The safest but most
restrictive setting, this prevents any macros (valid or viruses) from
running when you open the file.
Disable All Macros with Notification: This is the default setting and
displays a dialog box that lets you turn on macros if you trust that
the file isn’t infected.
Disable All Macros except Digitally Signed Macros: Blocks all
macros except for the ones “authenticated” (previously defined as
“trusted”) by the user.
Enable All Macros: This setting runs all macros, which is the most
dangerous setting.
7. Click OK until you return to the Save As dialog box.
8. Click Save.
Customize the Ribbon
Some people love the Ribbon interface of Office 2010, while others only
tolerate it. No matter what your feelings toward the Ribbon interface may be, you
can customize which icons appear on it so it only displays those features you
need (and use) most often.
To customize the Ribbon interface, follow these steps:
1. Load an Office 2010 program, such as Word or Access.
2. Click the File tab.
The Backstage View appears.
3. Click Options.
The Options dialog box appears.
4. Click Customize Ribbon in the left pane.
The Options dialog box displays two columns. The left column displays
all additional commands you can place on the Ribbon, while the right
column lists all currently displayed tabs and commands, as shown in
Figure 19-3.
 
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