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Adding and Removing Buttons on the Quick Access Toolbar in Word 2007 and 2010 Click the "Customize Quick Access Toolbar" button at the right of the toolbar. Select "More Commands " Add, move, or remove buttons or separators as you wish. Click "OK" to close the dialog.What are the toolbars in Microsoft Word 2003?
The default toolbars displayed when you install Word 2003 are the "Standard" toolbar, which includes buttons for frequently used commands, such as "Open," "Save," "Copy," and "Paste," and the "Formatting" toolbar, which features text formatting commands such as "Bold," "Italic," "Underline," and the ability to add bullets and numbering.How do I use the toolbar?
The toolbar at the top of any Microsoft software is known as the ribbon, along the ribbon there are a series of tabsfor example Home, Insert and Page Layout. On each of these tabs there are command buttons that allow different options for example formatting, alignment, insert objects, applying styles and much more.Where is the formatting toolbar in Microsoft Word?
Select "Toolbars" from the "View" menu. Word 2007 and 2010s "Quick Access" toolbar takes the place of the "Standard" toolbar in Word 2003, while the buttons from the Word 2003 Formatting toolbar appear in the "Font" and "Paragraph" sections of the "Home" menu ribbon in Word 2007 and 2010.