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Weekly Computer Tip # 46
27 December 2003

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Arranging the Standard and Formatting toolbars (Microsoft Office)

The Standard and Formatting toolbars initially are "docked" side-by-side and show only the buttons that you have used most recently. To look for a button that doesn't fit on a docked toolbar, click the "More Buttons" button at the end of the toolbar. However,

Did you know ...

If you prefer to display all Standard and Formatting toolbar buttons, you can arrange the toolbars to be shown on two rows.

Here's how:

  1. From the Tools menu, select Customize
  2. Select the Options tab
  3. Click the "Standard and Formatting toolbars share one row" check box (MS Office 2000) or "Show Standard and Formatting toolbars on two rows" check box (MS Office XP) to mark it
  4. Click Close

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