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Microsoft Excel 2013 : Working with the Ribbon and Toolbars (part 2) - Customize the Ribbon or Quick Access Toolbar

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Customize the Ribbon or Quick Access Toolbar

1. Click the File tab, and then click Options.

2. Click the Customize Ribbon or Quick Access Toolbar.

3. Click the Choose commands from list arrow, and then click All Commands or a specific Ribbon.

4. Click the list arrow (right column), and then select the tabs or toolbar you want to change.

5. For the Ribbon, click New Tab to create a new tab, or click New Group to create a new group on the selected tab (right column), or click Rename to change the name.

6. To import or export a customized Ribbon or Quick Access Toolbar, click the Import/Export list arrow, select a command, and then select an import file or create an export file.

7. Click the command you want to add (left column) or remove (right column), and then click Add or Remove.

• To insert a separator line between buttons in the Quick Access Toolbar, click <Separator>, and then click Add.

8. Click the Move Up and Move Down arrow buttons to arrange the order.

9. To reset the Ribbon or Quick Access Toolbar, click the Reset list arrow, and then select a reset option.

10 Click OK.

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For Your Information: Moving Toolbars and the Ribbon

You can move the Quick Access Toolbar to another location. Click the Customize Quick Access Toolbar list arrow, and then click Show Below The Ribbon or Show Above The Ribbon. You can collapse and expand the Ribbon. To collapse the Ribbon, click the Collapse The Ribbon (Ctrl+F1) button on the right side of the Ribbon. To expand the Ribbon, press Ctrl+F1 or click the Ribbon Display Options, and then click Show Tabs and Commands. When the Ribbon is collapsed, you can click a tab to auto expand it. When you click an option or in the document, the Ribbon minimizes again, just like an auto-hide option.

Changing ScreenTips

You can turn off or change ScreenTips. Click the File tab, click Options, click General, click the ScreenTip Style list arrow, click Don’t Show Feature Descriptions In ScreenTips or Don’t Show ScreenTips, and then click OK.

 
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