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Learn Excel 2011 for Mac by Guy Hart-Davis

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Secrets of the Toolbars

Excel comes with two built-in toolbars—Standard and Formatting—but you can create as many others as you need. You can choose which toolbars to display and how to display them. And you can customize both the built-in toolbars and your own toolbars, as you'll see in Chapter 2.

Choosing Which Toolbars to Display

First, decide which toolbars you want to display. The easiest way to do this is to Ctrl+click or right-click a toolbar that's displayed, click or highlight the Toolbars item on the context menu, and then click the toolbar you want to display or hide. Excel puts a check mark next to a displayed toolbar on the Toolbars submenu. If the toolbar is displayed, you click to remove the check mark and hide the toolbar.

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