Join David Rivers for an in-depth discussion in this video Customizing the Ribbon and the Quick Access Toolbar, part of Up and Running with Visio 2013.
One thing about the User Interface here in Visio 2013 is it's quite customizable.…So for example, if you don't like viewing the ribbon and all of the commands and…different sections of the ribbon, you can minimize it, or if you want to add…your own buttons to the Quick Access toolbar for frequently used commands, …you have that ability as well.…So that's what we're going to talk about here.…Really doesn't matter if you have a drawing open or not, we're still working…with a blank drawing we started in the previous movie.…But what we're going to do is start in the very top left corner with our Quick Access toolbar.…
Now saving what you're doing is one of the commands that people use all the time. …That's why you see a Save button here on the Quick Access toolbar.…If you make a mistake, Undo is a popular one.…And if you go too far, a Redo is also very popular.…But this little dropdown arrow allows us to change what appears on the Quick Access toolbar.…By clicking it, you'll see check marks next to the current commands appearing …
- What is Visio 2013?
- Setting up global preferences
- Creating and formatting diagrams
- Inserting objects
- Using containers and callouts
- Changing a diagram's design with themes
- Commenting on diagrams
- Saving, printing, and sharing
Skill Level Beginner
1. Getting Started
2. Charts and Diagrams
3. Themes and Effects
4. Connecting, Sharing, and Collaboration
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