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Special Edition Using Microsoft® PowerPoint® 2002 by Tom Mucciolo, Patrice-Anne Rutledge

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Using Toolbars

A toolbar is similar to a menu because it categorizes related commands to make it easier for you to perform a specific task. Toolbars use a graphical representation, or button, rather than a menu-based text representation. Even though toolbars use buttons rather than text, you can still display a text description of what the button does by pausing the mouse over it. A ScreenTipappears, identifying the button's function. Figure 1.5 illustrates a ScreenTip.

Figure 1.5. ScreenTips identify toolbar buttons.

ScreenTips don't appear? See the“Troubleshooting” section near the end of the chapter.

The Standard and Formatting toolbars are ...

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