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Remove & Copy Toolbar Buttons

Posted By On November 17, 2004 @ 3:03 PM In MS Office Help | No Comments

Remove & Copy Toolbar Buttons

Are you an Office Suite user who likes to customize your workspace?

Specifically, do you do a lot of toolbar customizing?

Well, here’s a couple of tricks for quick, anytime customizations that may help you along your way.

  • To copy a toolbar button press Ctrl + Alt while dragging a button to a new location.
  • To remove a toolbar button press the Alt key while dragging the button into the document. When you release the mouse button you’ll find it disappears. (A great way to make extra space by getting rid of the things you just don’t use.)

Yep, that’s right—for you experienced toolbar customizers, you’re used to opening the Customize window to accomplish this stuff—but for these tricks it’s not needed.

Just a couple of extra tips for making your work environment yours.


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