Chapter 23. Customizing Toolbars, Menus, and Forms

Project managers are busy people who must plan, adjust, and communicate change quickly and efficiently. This chapter shows you how customization of toolbars, menus, and forms can save time and improve your ability to find the schedule information you need, when you need it.

With the introduction of Microsoft Project 2010, the behavior of menus and toolbars has been drastically simplified and improved. Gone are the multitudes of toolbars that could be added or removed. Most functionality is now accessed through the “Fluent” or Ribbon interface. Two other key toolbars remain: the Quick Access toolbar and the Status bar.

This chapter helps you learn how to better manage the Ribbon, the Quick Access ...

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