How to Change the Toolbar in Excel 2007


Microsoft’s Excel 2007 spreadsheet software debuted the program's "ribbon" interface, a tabbed toolbar that takes the place of the menus and toolbars from previous versions. The ribbon reorganizes many frequently used options, such as print commands and text formatting, which some users may find inconvenient. However, you can minimize these changes by moving the ribbon and modifying the Quick Access Toolbar, which lets you access favorite features with a single mouse click.

  • Locate the Quick Access Toolbar in Excel 2007. It will be either next to the Office button or under the ribbon.

  • Right-click on the Quick Access Toolbar and select "Customize Quick Access Toolbar." Check or uncheck the "Show Quick Access Toolbar Below the Ribbon" box to place the toolbar where you want it.

  • In the ribbon, navigate to the feature you want to add to the Quick Access Toolbar.

  • Right-click on the feature you wish to add, and a menu will appear.

  • Select the "Add to Quick Access Toolbar" option. The feature should now be on the toolbar.

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