The Quick Access Toolbar is a set of buttons that are always on screen, offering some of the most common commands in Word, like Undo or Save. This quick tip shows how to add custom options to the Quick Access Toolbar.
(lively instrumental music)…- [Narrator] The Quick Access Toolbar is a shortcut…to the most common commands in Word,…and you can customize it to make sure it has the options…that you really need quick access to.…Using the toolbar at the top left corner of the Word window…you can save your document, undo the last command,…and trigger other common options very quickly.…Open the menu to the right to quickly add other…common commands.…
Or click More Commands for a huge list of buttons…that can be added.…Locate your favorite commands, select them,…hit add, then click okay.…That button is now on the Quick Access Toolbar.…And that command can be quickly accessed when you need it.…(lively instrumental music)…
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1. Word Quick Tips
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