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Part III: Office 2003 Customization Tric... > Customizing Office to Suit Your Styl...

Chapter 10. Customizing Office to Suit Your Style

IN THIS CHAPTER

Displaying, Moving, and Sizing Toolbars

Menu and Toolbar Customization Options

Creating Custom Menus

Creating Custom Toolbars

Creating Custom Keyboard Shortcuts in Word

Customizing the Office Common Dialog Boxes

The Microsoft programmers designed Office so that the commands and features commonly used by most people are within easy reach. This means that the setup of the menu system and toolbars reflects what the ordinary user might want. However, no one—particularly an Office guru—qualifies as an ordinary user; we all work with Office in our own way. What one person uses every day, another needs only once a year; one user’s obscure technical feature is another’s bread and butter.


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