Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Using Dialog Launchers
Figure 1-10 Add favorite tools to the Quick Access Toolbar easily.
Note
If you add a number of tools to the Quick Access Toolbar, you might want to give
it more room by displaying the toolbar in its own row below the Ribbon. To do so,
Right-click anywhere on the Ribbon and choose Show Quick Access Toolbar Below The
Ribbon. To return the display of the toolbar to its original state, right-click the Quick
Access Toolbar and choose Show Quick Access Toolbar Above The Ribbon.
Using Dialog Launchers
The Ribbon is great for providing you with groups of tools that are related to the task
you’re trying to accomplish, but sometimes it’s helpful to see all the options you have
available so you can make the best choice. In those situations, having a traditional-style dialog
box comes in handy. Dialog boxes are available for some groups on the Ribbon. Those
groups that do have a dialog box display a small, boxed arrow symbol, called a dialog
launcher , in the lower-right corner of the group. For example, the Font group on the Home
tab has a dialog launcher in the lower-right corner. When you click the launcher, the dialog
box appears (Figure 1-11).
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