Chapter 11

Customizing Word

Do you like the default Word settings? If not, you can easily customize portions of the Word program to make it perform more in line with the way you work.


Control the Display of Formatting Marks

Customize the Status Bar

Hide or Display Ribbon Buttons

Add a Predefined Group to a Ribbon Tab

Create Your Own Ribbon Group

Create Your Own Ribbon Tab

Work with the Quick Access Toolbar

Add Keyboard Shortcuts

Create a Macro

Run a Macro

Control the Display of Formatting Marks

As described in Chapter 6, you can view the formatting marks that Word automatically inserts as you type. These formatting marks help you understand ...

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