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Learn Excel 2011 for Mac by Guy Hart-Davis

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Customizing the Toolbars with the Commands You Need

To make the toolbars work the way you prefer, you can customize them. You can either change the buttons that appear on the Standard toolbar and Formatting toolbar, or you can create custom toolbars of your own and give them only the buttons they need.

NOTE: You can also customize both the menus and the menu bar, as you'll see later in this chapter. For example, you can add extra commands to the menus, remove commands you don't use, or create custom menus of your own. To customize the menus and the menu bar, you use the same techniques as for the toolbar, because the menu bar is technically the same type of object (a “command bar”) as the toolbars, even though it looks and acts differently. ...

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