Customizing the Quick Access toolbar


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Customizing the Quick Access toolbar

You can customize Word 2010 to reflect the way you work, by placing your frequently used commands on the Quick Access toolbar. In Word 2010, most commands appear on only one tab of the ribbon. However, the Save, Undo, and Repeat commands are always just one click away, because they are also displayed here on the Quick Access toolbar. There are other frequently used commands that you might choose to display here. Click the down arrow, and you can customize the Quick Access toolbar.

When the Microsoft Office design team created the Ribbon, they made some choices based on how most people use Word. Your use of Word might be different, and the Quick Access toolbar let's you modify the Word interface to support your individual work preferences, for example, by adding Print Preview and Print, or by adding Spelling and Grammar. So these are now available no matter what tab of the Ribbon you are using right now. Some users immediately add all the buttons that they use most frequently, comman...

Customizing the Quick Access toolbar
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Customizing the Quick Access toolbar provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Gini Courter as part of the Word 2010 Essential Training

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Business Education + Elearning
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Word
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