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Microsoft® Office® Professional 2013 Plain & Simple by Katherine Murray

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Changing the ribbon display

When Microsoft first introduced the ribbon, not everyone fell in love with it. Some users were concerned that it took up too much room on the screen; others found it clunky or cumbersome. With Office 2013, Microsoft offers new options that give you the ability to change the way the ribbon behaves. You can choose to auto-hide the ribbon so that it disappears when you’re not using it, display only the tabs so that tools are visible only when you click the tab you need, or show tabs and commands, which keeps the ribbon on the screen at all times. By doing this, you can focus on your content without any distractions; you can return to normal ribbon display easily, with a single click.

Change ribbon options

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