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Office 2016 All-In-One For Dummies by Peter Weverka

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Chapter 1

Customizing an Office Program

In This Chapter

arrow Personalizing the Ribbon

arrow Changing around the Quick Access toolbar

arrow Choosing what appears on the status bar

arrow Choosing a new screen background and Office theme

arrow Devising keyboard shortcuts in Word

This short chapter describes a handful of things you can do to customize Office 2016 programs. Don’t be afraid to make like a software developer and change a program to your liking. Many people are wary of retooling Office programs, but you can always reverse the changes you make if you don’t like them, as I explain throughout this chapter.

This chapter shows how to put your favorite button commands on the Ribbon and Quick Access toolbar. Instead of fishing around for your favorite commands, you can assemble them on the Ribbon or Quick Access toolbar and locate them right away. You also discover how to change around the status bar, dress up an Office program in a new set of clothes, and designate your own keyboard shortcuts in Word.

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