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Special Edition Using® Microsoft® Office Outlook® 2003 by Robert Cordingley, Charlie Russel

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Customizing Command Bars

Outlook has two ways to customize command bars to show the buttons and menus you use the most and remove the ones you don't use. If you've customized toolbars in older versions of Office, you're familiar with the first method, in which you drag menus and buttons around with the mouse. The second method is to use the Rearrange Commands button found on the Commands tab of the Customize dialog box (see Figure 5.2). The Rearrange Commands option is new to Office 2003 and gives users the opportunity to use an interface to add, delete, and move the commands. Rearrange Commands keeps the menu in view until you're finished editing it, which is especially helpful when you're editing submenus.

Figure 5.2. Use the Customize dialog ...

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