Customizing the Quick Access toolbar


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Customizing the Quick Access toolbar

In Word 2003, the user interface is made up of a menu bar for menu options containing the various commands and functionality in Word 2003, but you also had toolbars giving you quicker access to some of the more frequently used commands, such as the ones you see on the standard toolbar for creating new documents, opening, saving, printing and so on. You may also have seen the Formatting toolbar on the user interface by default for formatting selected content, and these were totally customizable in that you can move to the left edge of the toolbar when you saw the four sided arrow.

You could click-and-drag them around to increase or decrease their sizes. You could pick them up and just move them around as well if you wanted them stacking, and if you wanted to customize the actual buttons that appear on a toolbar, you can click that little dropdown to access the toolbar options on the far right-hand side of any toolbar. So here you could choose an option for showing buttons on a row or add...

Customizing the Quick Access toolbar
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Customizing the Quick Access toolbar provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by David Rivers as part of the Migrating from Word 2003 to Word 2010

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Business
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