Microsoft Word Help
Find out how to designate your own toolbars which is well worth your while if you are a speed demon who likes to get work done fast.
Rearranging The ToolbarsMicrosoft Word help to make working with toolbars easier, you can drag them around on-screen.
You can remove buttons from toolbars and replace them with buttons of your own choice.
You can even create your own toolbars and invent new toolbar buttons.
Microsoft Word help so that you can also use the Full Screen command to see only the page that you're working on. This removes any and all toolbars from the screen area.
To turn on Full Screen, choose View ► Full Screen.
To exit Full Screen, click the Close Full Screen button, or press the Escape key on the keyboard. You can also move the mouse pointer to the very top of the screen, the menu bar pops up, choose View ► Full Screen again.
Displaying Other ToolbarsTwo toolbars appear at the top of the Word window: the Standard toolbar and the Formatting toolbar.
Microsoft Word help you to place new toolbars in the window by right-clicking a toolbar, and click the toolbars name from the shortcut menu.
You'll see check-marks next to those toolbars currently showing.
To remove those toolbars click the ones with a check-mark, and you'll see them disappear.
If you have removed all the toolbars, click View ► Toolbars and click a name of the toolbar that you want back.
What's more, you can display the Drawing toolbar or Tables And Borders toolbar by clicking their buttons on the Standard toolbar.
Drawing Toolbar button
Tables and Borders toolbar button
After a toolbar is on-screen, try dragging it into the window and repositioning it or changing its shape:
Occasionally when you click a down arrow and open a drop-down list, you see a line along the top of the list.
When you see that line, you can turn the list into a floating toolbar, a menu that you can move around on-screen.
To do so, click and drag the line. You can drag a floating toolbar anywhere you want on-screen.
Floating toolbars are convenient when you want to try out different commands.
Instead of having to open a menu and choose a command, you simply click different buttons on the floating toolbar until you discover the right choice.
Microsoft Word help shows an example of this as the Drawing Borders button on the Formatting toolbar.
The Add Border button can be used as a Floating Toolbar
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