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Customizing the Menus

You can customize Word's menus, adding and deleting commands as you see fit. You can also create new menus and add the commands you want to them. Here are the steps to follow:

  1. Select Tools, Customize to open the Customize dialog box. Click the Commands tab (refer to Figure 27.2).

  2. In the Categories list, select the category of the command you want to add, or select All Commands to list all available commands. Macros, fonts, styles, and AutoText entries have their own categories.

  3. Point at the desired command in the list and drag it to the menu bar, over the name of the menu where you want to place it (do not release the mouse button yet). The menu opens. Continue dragging until the command is at the desired menu location, and then release the mouse button.

  4. To create a new menu, select New Menu in the Categories list; then drag the New Menu command from the Commands list to the desired position on the menu bar. Right-click the menu title to change its name or to delete it.

  5. To delete a command, click its menu open, and then drag the command off the menu.

  6. When you are finished, click Close.


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