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Special Edition Using Microsoft® Office XP by Woody Leonhard, Ed Bott

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Creating a New Toolbar

You're not limited to the selection of built-in toolbars—you can also create custom toolbars in any Office program, adding your own selection of buttons and menus to each new toolbar. Use custom toolbars to give yourself one-click access to styles, fonts, macros, and built-in commands. To create a new toolbar, select Tools, Customize, click the Toolbars tab, and click the New button. Give the new toolbar a name and click OK to save your changes.

How do you make a new toolbar available for all new documents and worksheets? The procedure is slightly different for each application. Use Word's Organizer to copy a toolbar from one document or template to another. Unless you choose a different location, Word stores a new toolbar ...

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