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Office 2010 Made Simple by Guy Hart-Davis

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Customizing the Status Bar

The status bar at the bottom of each program window gives you quick information about the current document and the part of it you're working in, and provides controls for changing views and zooming in and out.

NOTE: This section doesn't apply to One Note, which has no status bar.

You can customize the status bar to show only the information and controls you find most helpful. Figure 6–9 shows you how to customize the status bar.

NOTE: Even when you select their check boxes, many of the items that you can display in the status bar appear only when the circumstances are right. For example, the Signatures item appears only if the document has a digital signature applied to it, and the Information Management Policy

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