The Toolbox and the Media Browser


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The Toolbox and the Media Browser

The Toolbox and Media Browser are two separate yet similar interface elements for working with document contents and adding media. Let's take a look at them. We will start with the Toolbox. Now there are two ways to display the Toolbox. The most straightforward way is to click the Show or Hide the Toolbox button on the Standard toolbar. That's this one right here. If I click it, it'll display. If I click it again, it'll disappear. But the Toolbox also appears automatically anytime you choose a command that uses the Toolbox interface.

For example, if I pull down View and choose Scrapbook, that displays the Scrapbook pane of the Toolbox or maybe I'll pull down tools and I'll choose Dictionary. In that case what it does is it displays the Dictionary pane. Since my insertion point was near a word, it assumed I wanted to look up that word. So it selected it, and searched for it. The Toolbox has five tabs of options. We've got Style, Citations, Scrapbook, Reference Tools, ...

The Toolbox and the Media Browser
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The Toolbox and the Media Browser provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Maria Langer as part of the Word for Mac 2011 Essential Training

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Business
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Word for Mac
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