The Quick Access toolbar, which appears on-screen regardless of what tab is currently shown in the Ribbon, offers quick access to the Save, Undo and Redo commands.
You can customise this toolbar to include other commands, such as the Quick Print command or another command you use often. Alternatively, you might customise the toolbar to omit commands that appear by default.
By default, the Quick Access toolbar appears in the top left corner of the program window, above the Ribbon. You can choose to display the toolbar below the Ribbon instead.
- Click the Customize Quick Access Toolbar button.
- Click More Commands.
A You can click any of the common commands to add them to the toolbar.
B You can click Show Below the Ribbon if you want to display the toolbar below the Ribbon.
The Options dialog box opens with the options to customise the Quick Access Toolbar shown.
- Click the Choose commands from.
- Click a command group.
- Click the command that you want to add to the toolbar.
- Click the Add button.
C Office adds the command.
You can repeat Steps 3 to 6 to move additional buttons to the toolbar.
- Click OK.
D The new command appears on the Quick Access toolbar.
To remove a button from the Quick Access toolbar, open the Options dialog box, click the command name in the list box on the right, click the Remove button and click OK. The button no longer appears on the toolbar.
You can add commands to the toolbar directly from the Ribbon. Simply click the tab containing the command that you want to add, right-click the command and then click Add to Quick Access Toolbar. The
command is immediately added as a button on the toolbar.