Moving or Removing Toolbars
You have the option to move or remove toolbars easily with Word. For example, suppose that you'd rather have the View menu at the right side, between Table and Window.
- Just hold down the Alt key and use the mouse to drag the View menu to the area between Table and Window, then release the mouse button.
- The menu may open when you do this. Pay no attention--it won't hurt a thing.
- You can change any menu or button location using this method. Just hold down Alt and drag. Suppose there are some button or menus that you don't want at all. Just hold down Alt and drag the item away from the toolbar.
- Or you can select Tools, Customize to select specified commands or select the Toolbar tab to select or deselect various toolbars.
Toolbars can also be closed by clicking on the "x" or dragging them off the screen.
This tip comes from Sue Whitehouse and is extracted from Tipworld.
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