Rearrange Commands tool lets you do all possible actions to customize your toolbars and menus the way you want them. You can rearrange the commands on the toolbar to:
· Add, remove, reorder the commands on the menu bar and toolbar.
· Modify the name, image and keyboard shortcut associated with a menu command or button on the toolbar.
To launch the Rearrange Commands dialog box, go to Tools > Customize. In the Customize dialog box, go to the Commands tab and click Rearrange Commands.
Use the Rearrange Commands dialog box to do the following:
1. Choose a menu or toolbar to rearrange: Select the Menu Bar or Toolbar you want to change.
2. Controls: Select the controls you want to change.
3. Add: Click the button to add a new control.
4. Delete: Click the button to delete a control.
5. Move Up: Click the button to move the control up in a menu bar or towards left on a toolbar.
6. Move Down: Click the button to move the control down in a menu bar or towards right on a toolbar.
7. Modify Selection: The drop down menu has a number of options like;
· Reset – resets the control
· Delete – deletes the control
· Name – You can enter a name for the control along with its keyboard shortcut. In the above image; &File… denotes ALT + N is the keyboard shortcut to access File menu.
· Copy Button Image – lets you copy the button image associated with this control.
· Paste Button Image – lets you paste a button image.
· Reset Button Image – resets the button image to its default.
· Edit Button Image – lets you edit the button image.
· Change Button Image… – lets you choose a new button image from the menu.
· Default Style – set the style of the button to its default.
· Text Only (Always) – sets to always display only text for the control.
· Text Only (in Menus) – sets to always display only text for control only when it appears in a menu.
· Image and Text – lets you always display an image and text for the control.
· Begin a Group – adds a group separator bar.
· Assign Macro… – lets you link a control to a macro.
8. Reset: Resets any and all the actions you carried out on the menu bar and toolbar.
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