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Working with Toolbars

The toolbar line on the Word screen actually contains two toolbars: the Standard toolbar, which contains buttons for frequently used features such as Open, Save, and Print; and the Formatting toolbar, which contains buttons for common formatting tasks such as Font, Bold, and Bullets. You can choose from 21 different toolbars, including toolbars for working with graphics, reviewing documents, editing tables, and creating merge files.

Tip

The Standard and Formatting toolbars share a single line to reduce the amount of space they take up on the screen, but you can separate them if you like. To separate the toolbars, choose Tools, Customize, or right-click a toolbar and choose Customize. In the Options tab, place a check mark in the Show Standard and Formatting toolbars on two rows check box. One advantage to placing each toolbar on a line by itself is that you create room for more buttons.



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