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Special Edition Using Microsoft® Word 2000 by Bill Camarda

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Customizing Toolbars

By default, Word displays the Standard and Formatting toolbars (page 26), and enables you to display additional toolbars through the View, Toolbars menu command. However, what if you want to add or remove buttons from a toolbar? Word 2000 makes this easier than ever by providing a drop-down arrow at the right edge of each toolbar that you can use to remove buttons or add closely related buttons.

To add or remove a button from a toolbar, follow these steps:

  1. Click the arrow at the right edge of the toolbar containing the button you want to remove.

  2. Position your mouse pointer over the Add or Remove Buttons command. A list of available commands appears (see Figure 28.5). All the commands currently on your toolbar appear checked; ...

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