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2007 Microsoft® Office System Plain & Simple by Marianne Moon, Jerry Joyce

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Using Menus and Toolbars

If menus are gateways to the power of your programs, toolbars are shortcuts to the most frequently used features that you access from the menus. Stored within the menus are keyboard shortcuts that speed up your work. And there are even special context-sensitive shortcut menus that pop up right in the middle of your work when you right-click the mouse button. To make your work quick and easy in Publisher and in parts of Outlook, the menus and toolbars all use the same basic structure, with customizations for each program.

Explore the Menus

  1. In an Office program that uses the standard menu structure, click to open the File menu. ...

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