Quick Access Toolbar Word 2007 - Way to group buttons?


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Guest

Hello - In Word 2007 is there a way to "group" buttons on the Quick Access
Toolbar? In Office 2003 (and in Outlook 2007, which still uses the 2003
toolbar interface) when I am customizing a toolbar, I can right-click on a
toolbar button and select "Begin a Group," which inserts a thin vertical bar
to the left of the button, giving a visual cue that buttons to the right of
the inserted bar form a new group or array. Is there a way to do this on the
2007 Quick Access Toolbar? Since the Quick Access Toolbar is the only
customizable toolbar in Word 2007 (and since many commands are not on the top
Ribbon level), I have created a long row of buttons on the QAT. It would be
helpful to be able to visually group them by general function (for example,
Format functions, Print functions, etc.). Thanks.
 
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Bob Buckland ?:-\)

Hi R.,

In Word's Customization Options (Alt, T, O, C) you can add a group <separator> at various locations to the Quick Access toolbar.

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Hello - In Word 2007 is there a way to "group" buttons on the Quick Access
Toolbar? In Office 2003 (and in Outlook 2007, which still uses the 2003
toolbar interface) when I am customizing a toolbar, I can right-click on a
toolbar button and select "Begin a Group," which inserts a thin vertical bar
to the left of the button, giving a visual cue that buttons to the right of
the inserted bar form a new group or array. Is there a way to do this on the
2007 Quick Access Toolbar? Since the Quick Access Toolbar is the only
customizable toolbar in Word 2007 (and since many commands are not on the top
Ribbon level), I have created a long row of buttons on the QAT. It would be
helpful to be able to visually group them by general function (for example,
Format functions, Print functions, etc.). Thanks. >>
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Bob Buckland ?:)
MS Office System Products MVP

*Courtesy is not expensive and can pay big dividends*
 

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