Tuesday, March 8, 2011

Adding a Command to the Quick Access Toolbar (Q.A.T.)

The Quick Access Toolbar (Q.A.T.) is found at the top left of the Microsoft Office application window and will look similar to one of these:

Q.A.T. Office 2007

Q.A.T. Office 2010

Adding a Command to the Q.A.T.:

  1. Click on the drop-down arrow at the end of the Q.A.T.
  2. From the menu that appears, select the command to add to the Q.A.T or click on More Commands to open the … Options dialog box that lists all the commands that can be placed on the Q.A.T.
  3. If the dialog box has been opened:

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Monday, March 7, 2011

If you are in the Beaumont, TX area....

I have students waiting for the following classes:
They will be held in our Beaumont classroom. Each class needs only 1 or 2 additional students. If you are interested or know of someone who might be, please contact me.
·           Introduction to Excel 2003
·           Advanced Excel 2007
·           Visio 2007

Are you customizing Microsoft Office to your advantage?

Do you use the Quick Access Toolbar (QAT)?
·         If not, you are missing a great tool that allows you to streamline Office 2007 and 2010 by placing commands at the tip of your mouse.
·         Our webinar will show you how to customize the QAT. You will learn how to add and delete commands.
Go one step further, learn how to Customize Ribbons (Office 2010)
·         Create your own ribbons and groups.
·         Hide tabs you don’t use.
·         Add a group to the QAT.

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