Microsoft Word Help
Microsoft Word Help with step-by-step on how to add or remove a
toolbar. Also learn to create your own toolbar.
Microsoft Word Help - Toolbars
Find out how to designate your own
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Buttons Appear On Toolbars
You may never do some of the tasks that the buttons on the
Standard and Formatting toolbars were put there to help you do.
If you're not using a button, Microsoft Word help you where you can take it off the toolbar and
replace it with a button that you do use.
Adding buttons to
and removing buttons from toolbars are easy, and if you make a
mistake, getting the original toolbars back is easy too.
you don't have Microsoft Excel, for example you can chuck the
Insert Microsoft Excel Worksheet button on the Standard toolbar
and Microsoft Word help you to put a button that you do use in its place.
The fastest way to change the buttons on a toolbar is to click the
toolbar arrow on the right side of a toolbar, but you can also go
to the Customize dialog box to do a more thorough job.
Customize toolbar buttons using the toolbar arrow method, follow
the toolbar whose buttons you want to change on-screen.
do so, choose View ► Toolbars
and click the toolbars name.
the tiny arrow on the right side of the toolbar, the one
directly to the right of the right most button.
||Choose Add Or Remove Buttons, the only choice on
the drop-down list.
A menu appears with the names of
buttons now on the toolbar.
If you are dealing with the
Standard or Formatting toolbar, a handful of extra buttons
appears at the bottom of the list.
the check boxes next to button names to add or remove
buttons from the toolbar.
Microsoft Word help by showing a check mark next to a button
that means it appears on the
Q: How do I get my
To get the officially certified Microsoft toolbar
that came with the program, click the toolbar
Add or Remove buttons,
Reset Toolbar at the bottom of the buttons list.
The other way to do a more thorough job of customizing toolbars,
rearranging the buttons on a toolbar, or to bring buttons from
distant toolbars to rest on the toolbar of your choice, is to use
the Customize dialog box where Microsoft Word help you with such a
the Customize dialog box, follow these steps:
||Choose Tools ► Customize from the menu bar.
toolbar and choose Customize from the shortcut
menu. The Customize dialog box opens.
the Commands tab.
Categories list in this dialog box lists all the menus and
several of the toolbars.
At the bottom of the list are the
styles, macros, AutoText entries, and fonts that are
available in the template you're using.
You can find every
command in Microsoft Word help in this dialog box by clicking an item in
the Categories box and then scrolling in the
Commands box to the specific command and then click
the Description button to see a description of the
||Remove or add a button from any toolbar displayed
To do so, simply drag the button you don't want
from the toolbar, and the one you do want, from the
Commands list onto the toolbar.
To remove a button from a toolbar,
simply drag it off the toolbar.
As you drag, a
gray rectangle appears above the pointer, and an X
appears below it.
Release the mouse button, and
the toolbar button disappears.
To add a button, find it in the Customize dialog
box by clicking an option from the Categories list
and scrolling in the Commands list.
When you have
found the button, gently drag it out of the
Customize dialog box and move it to the spot you
want on the toolbar.
As you do so, a gray
rectangle appears above the cursor.
A + appears
below it when you move the button onto the
the Customize dialog box is open, you can drag buttons to
new locations on toolbars.
you want your new toolbar arrangement to appear only in
certain templates, click the Save In drop-down list
and choose the template.
you're done, click Close.
Microsoft Word help you where you can also move buttons between toolbars by dragging them from
one toolbar to another toolbar while the Customize dialog box is
||Q: How do I
get my toolbars back?
If you make a boo-boo and wish that you hadn't
fooled with the buttons on the toolbar, choose
or right-click a toolbar and choose Customize to
get the Customize dialog box.
click the TOOLBARS TAB,
click the toolbar whose
buttons you fooled with,
and click the
Click OK in the Reset Toolbar dialog
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