Keep Word Commands Handy With Office 2007's Quick Access Toolbar

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There are many useful features on Office 2007's ribbon and when you first look at it, it can be mind boggling. But it's easy to customize the Quick Access toolbar to have all the features you're used to having in previous versions.

You shouldn't have to keep clicking on the ribbon to find the commands that you want. So just add those commands to the Quick Access toolbar and stop that clicking!

Follow the easy steps below to customize your Quick Access toolbar.

  1. In the Quick Access Toolbar to the right of the Office button, click the Customize Quick Access list arrow.
  2. Click More Commands.
  3. Select Choose Commands from the drop-down list.
  4. Click All Commands.
  5. In the left column, click Separator and then click the Add button.
  6. Scroll to and click Accept And Move To Next, then click the Add button.
  7. Click Separator and then click the Add button.
  8. Scroll to and click Reject and Move to Next, then click the Add
  9. button.
  10. Click OK.

Once you add a tool, you can remove it from the toolbar by right-clicking the tool and selecting Remove From Quick Access Toolbar.

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