The Quicker Clicker
Okay, so I have just one more thought today on finding a few “missing items” in the MS Office 2007 programs.
If you don’t like the Office button for accessing such things like quick printing, opening files, saving files, etc., you’re probably asking if there’s a way to reclaim the missing buttons for those items. Am I right?
That’s a good idea and I’m happy to report that there is an easy way to put those things back to a single click. It’s actually a pretty “small click” at that!
I’m not sure if you’ve noticed yet, but in the program title bar, there are a few very tiny, but familiar buttons.
That is called the Quick Access Toolbar and it’s what you can use to put your missing buttons back where the functions are accessible with just a single click.
To modify the buttons on the Quick Access Toolbar, click the down arrow located to the right of the buttons.
When you do that, a list of common functions will appear. The items checked are currently displayed and you can select any of the other items to add to your toolbar. (Notice at the bottom, you can choose to find more commands for the Quick Access Toolbar, so there are even more possibilities if you really want them!)
At any rate, as you make your choices, you’ll instantly find your toolbar updated and before you know it, it will contain the long lost “quick click” items you’ve been missing. It doesn’t get any better than that!