Add a button, menu, or command to a toolbar in Microsoft Office 2007

1.     Do the following in these Microsoft Office programs:

§  In Project   On the Tools menu, point to Customize, and then click Toolbars.

§  In InfoPath, OneNote, Outlook, SharePoint Designer, Publisher, or Visio   On the Tools menu, click Customize.

2.     Make sure the toolbar you want to change is visible.

How?

1. In the Customize dialog box, click the Toolbars tab.

2. Select the check box for the toolbar you want to display.

3.        Do one of the following:

Add a button

1.     Click the Commands tab.

2.     In the Categories box, click a category for the command you want the button to perform.

3.     Drag the command or macro you want from the Commands box to the displayed toolbar.

Add a built-in menu to a toolbar

1.     Click the Commands tab.

2.     In the Categories box, click Built-in Menus.

Note: This category is not available in Microsoft Office InfoPath, Microsoft Office OneNote, or Microsoft Office Outlook.

3.     Drag the menu you want from the Commands box to the displayed toolbar.

Add a custom menu to a toolbar

1.     Click the Commands tab.

2.     In the Categories box, click New Menu.

3.     Drag New Menu from the Commands box to the displayed toolbar.

4.     Right-click the new menu on the toolbar, type a name in the Name box on the shortcut menu, and then press ENTER.

4.     In the Customize dialog box, click Close.

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~ by Neha Sinha on January 24, 2008.

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