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Customizing Toolbars

Each Office application includes an assortment of toolbars in addition to the Standard and Formatting toolbars. Some, such as Word's Outlining toolbar and Excel's PivotTable toolbar, appear automatically when you begin performing specific tasks. You can show specific toolbars and arrange them onscreen when they're needed and then hide them when you're finished working with them. In every Office application, you can also customize toolbars by adding and removing buttons, and you can create new custom toolbars that contain exactly the buttons and menu choices you specify.

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On a monitor with limited resolution, you might prefer to toggle between the one- and two-row settings for the Standard and Formatting toolbars. In Office XP and Office 2003, this option is always available by clicking the arrow at the right of either toolbar and choosing the appropriate menu option. This is a welcome change from Office 2000, which required that you dive into dialog boxes to adjust these settings.



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