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Word: customize toolbar

  • Aug 10, 2020
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In this practical tip we will explain how you can customize in Word the toolbar. You can customize the user interface to your personal way of working.

Toolbar in Word customize: favorite commands quickly available

  1. The "toolbar for quick access" is on the left side above the tabs "file", "Start", "Insert", etc.
  2. To customize the toolbar, click the small downward arrow at the right end of the toolbar.
  3. In the opened drop-down menu, you can add functions to the toolbar, by setting to click on it so a check mark.
  4. You can also click on "More commands".
  5. Now the "Word options open". Here you can select commands on the left and the "Add"Button to the right move, and so the add icon to the bar.
  6. Save the Changes by clicking "OK".
The toolbar in Word, you can easily customize to your way of working
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For better access: toolbar different place

You can use the toolbar to quickly access different position.

  1. Click on the downward pointing arrow next to the toolbar.
  2. In the open menu select "Under the multi-function display bar". The bar moves directly in your document.

Commands from the ribbon add to quick access

You can your icon bar on the ribbon customize:

  1. Click with the right mouse button on an icon in the ribbon bar.
  2. Bar, and then select "quick access toolbar"add.
With a right click you can also add items from the ribbon, the quick access toolbar
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