Create a custom toolbar in Microsoft Office 2007

You can rearrange and change toolbar buttons, menus, and menu commands by using the mouse or you can use the Rearrange Commands dialog box, which you can access by using the keyboard. Tasks that you can accomplish by using the keyboard are identified as (keyboard accessible).

1.     Do one of the following:

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

§  In the following Microsoft Office programs: InfoPath, OneNote, Outlook, Publisher, SharePoint Designer, and Visio   On the Tools menu, click Customize.

2.     On the Toolbars tab, click New.

3.     In the Toolbar name box, type a name for the new toolbar, and then click OK.

4.     Click the Commands tab.

5.      Do one or more of the following:

Add a button to the toolbar

1.    Select a category in the Categories list.

2.     Drag the command that you want from the Commands list to the new toolbar.

Add a button to the toolbar (keyboard accessible)

1.     Click Rearrange Commands.

2.     Click Toolbar, and then select the new toolbar in the Toolbar list.

3.     Click Add.

4.     In the Categories list, select a category.

5.     In the Commands list, select the command that you want.

Add a built-in menu to the toolbar

1.     In the Categories list, select Built-in Menus.

2.     Drag the menu that you want from the Commands list to the new toolbar.

Add a built-in menu to the toolbar (keyboard accessible)

1.     Click Rearrange Commands.

2.     Click Toolbar, and then select the new toolbar in the Toolbar list.

3.     Click Add.

4.     In the Categories list, select Built-in Menus.

5.     In the Commands list, select the menu that you want.

6.     When you have added all of the buttons and menus that you want, click Close.

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~ by Neha Sinha on January 28, 2008.

One Response to “Create a custom toolbar in Microsoft Office 2007”

  1. The Toolbar Controls for Microsoft Office is an easy-to-use. That provides special features for making a commercial class user interface in your Microsoft Office 2007 solutions. Using the Toolbar Controls you can basically generate complicated user interfaces present in today’s most recognizable commercial Office plug-ins.

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