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Microsoft® Office Excel 2003 Inside Out by Mark Dodge, Craig Stinson

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Creating New Toolbars and Menus

Rearranging and modifying buttons and menus is fine, but sometimes it makes more sense to start from scratch.

Creating New Toolbars

It's easy to create a new toolbar.

  1. On the Toolbars tab of the Customize dialog box, click the New button.

  2. Type a name for your new toolbar into the New Toolbar dialog box, shown in Figure 3-14. When you click OK, a small, empty, floating toolbar appears.

    Start your new toolbar by giving it a concise name—hopefully one more descriptive than "Custom 1."

    Figure 3-14. Start your new toolbar by giving it a concise name—hopefully one more descriptive than "Custom 1."

  3. Add buttons to the empty toolbar by dragging buttons from the Commands tab of the Customize dialog box, or by copying or moving ...

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