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Microsoft® Office Word 2007 Step by Step by Joyce Cox and Joan Lambert

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Making Commands Available with a Specific Document

In addition to customizing the global Quick Access Toolbar to make a set of buttons available for all documents, you can customize the Quick Access Toolbar for a specific document. For example, to work with a document that contains a complex table-based layout, you might want to increase your efficiency by providing one-click access to commands that allow you to turn the rulers and gridlines on or off without switching to the View tab.

See Also

For information about table-based layouts, see "Using a Table to Control Page Layout" in Chapter 5.

In this exercise, you will add a button to a document-specific Quick Access Toolbar. Then after testing the button, you will remove it from the toolbar.

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