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Part IX: Customizing with Word > Customizing the Toolbar, Menus, and Shortcut K... - Pg. 955

955 Chapter 38. Customizing the Toolbar, Menus, and Shortcut Keys · Find and store customized features Once you understand how Word stores and retrieves customizations, adding and modifying commands becomes a simple task. · Add, remove, and rearrange toolbar buttons Drag-and-drop functionality makes it easy to modify the toolbars so they meet your word pro- cessing needs. · Assign Word's built-in commands or your macros to a toolbar button Adding the commands and macros you use most often to toolbars makes them available with the click of the mouse. · Add or remove menus or commands You can create and remove unwanted menus and commands from any of your templates; you can even customize the shortcut menus.