Customize toolbars in Word

Customize the toolbars in Word, Normally, the Word editing window usually has three standard toolbars with the following names

Standard: Contains buttons for creating a new page, opening, saving, and printing files

Formatting: Contains buttons that allow text formatting (change font, highlight, margins, etc.)

Drawing: Contains buttons used to draw line objects, arrows, squares, circles ., insert WordArt art words.

You can make the following changes to the toolbars:

- Undelete toolbar: Right-click on any of the remaining toolbars or on the menu bar (containing the File, Edit, .) menus and click the toolbar name in the context menu that appears.Another way: Click menu View> Toolbars, click the toolbar name.

If you want to get multiple toolbars at the same time: Click Customize in the context menu that appears, click the Toolbars tab in the window that appears, select the toolbar name, click Close.

-Skip the toolbar: Do the same as taking back the toolbar, but click to select the name of the toolbar that appears (with check mark)

- Change the order among the toolbars: Move the mouse pointer to the beginning of the toolbar to be performed, then the mouse pointer changes into a black arrow icon 4 hwongs, hold the mouse button and move the mouse to Suitable position for toolbar.

- Add command buttons to existing toolbars: Right-click on any toolbar, choose Customize.In the window that appears, click the Commands tab, select the group of commands in the Categories frame, use the left mouse button to hold and drag the command to use in the Command box to place it in the specified toolbar.If done wrong, hold and drag the command button to another toolbar, or press and hold the command button in the text editor to lose the active command button.Finally click the Close button.

- Recovery of errors when adjusting Word's settings or tools: Find and delete the file on the drive where Microsoft Office is installed, this file is usually located under the path: C: Documents and Setting on userApplication DataMicrosoftTemplatesNormal .dot