Three ways to customize the Quick Access toolbar


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Three ways to customize the Quick Access toolbar

The Quick Access toolbar appears in the upper left corner of all the Microsoft Office applications. By default, it has little buttons to manage your application windows, Save your file, Undo and Redo your actions, but you can also customize it to contain your most commonly used commands. The first way to customize this bar is to change its location. Instead of in the top corner I can drop it down and tell it, Show Below the Ribbon and it moves down here, but that takes up extra real estate.

So I'm going to click the dropdown again and put it back to Show Above the Ribbon. Now something important to understand is that the buttons are going to appear on that Quick Access toolbar in the order you add them. Later on I'll show you how to reorder them, but if you plan ahead you can customize the Quick Access toolbar, so it's organized right from the get go. Let's add some buttons to it. Click on the dropdown arrow again and choose Quick Print. It will now appear to the right of ...

Three ways to customize the Quick Access toolbar
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Three ways to customize the Quick Access toolbar provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Alicia Katz Pollock as part of the Access 2010 Power Shortcuts

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Business
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Access
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