Effective Executive's Guide to Microsoft Office XP by Carolyn M. Connally, Stephen L. Nelson

By Carolyn M. Connally, Stephen L. Nelson

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Right-click the Office shortcut bar just to the right of the logo but to the left of the first button, and choose Customize from the shortcut menu. The Customize dialog box usually opens with the View tab displayed. If not, click the View tab to make it the active page. 2. Select the toolbar you want to edit. If you have selected more than one toolbar to be available on your Office shortcut bar (see the section “Adding Toolbars to Your Shortcut Bar,” below), you must select the toolbar you want to change.

Click the category of your choice. 12 Effective Executive’s Guide to Office - Electronic Edition 3. Select the specific command you want to add to the toolbar. After you select a category, all the commands available within it show in the Commands list on the right. Scroll through the commands, and select the one you want to add to a toolbar. If you are unsure of any of the command functions, select a command and click the Description button. A short description of the selected command appears on your screen.

Use the Add File button to insert a program or document. The Add Folder button provides access to a folder from which you select a program, document, or function. Click the appropriate button. A new dialog box opens that allows you to locate the file or folder of your choice. 5. Browse to locate and select the file or folder you want to add to your toolbar. From the Add File or the Add Folder dialog box, locate the item you want to add to the shortcut bar. Use the Look In drop-down list box, as shown in Figure 1-18, to locate the item by finding and opening its parent folder.

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