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Create a Customized Tab on the Office 2010 Ribbon

  • Office 2007 included the new
  • Ribbon interface which some people found awkward and confusing to use. However, Office 2010 added a new feature that allows you to create your own custom tabs on the Ribbon. You can group specific commands that you use most often on your custom tabs for faster and easier document creation and editing.

Kimheng Nguon, CS 101 Section 1

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Save Time by Customizing the Quick Access Toolbar in Office 2007

  • The previous tip showed you how to add a custom tab so you can group often-used commands in one place. You can further customize the Office interface by adding commands to the Quick Access Toolbar. This provides one-click access to your most-used commands.

Kimheng Nguon, CS 101 Section 1

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How to Backup and Restore Your Office 2010 Ribbon and Quick Access Toolbar Customizations

  • Now, that you learned how to create custom tabs on the Office 2010 Ribbon and how to customize the Quick Access Toolbar, you can backup both the Ribbon and the Quick Access Toolbar so you can import the same customizations into Office 2010 on another computer.

Kimheng Nguon, CS 101 Section 1

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How to Find Office 2003 Commands in Office 2010

  • Have you just upgraded to Office 2010 from Office 2003? If you skipped over Office 2007, you may be having trouble locating your favorite commands from Office 2003 on the new Ribbon interface. Microsoft created and interactive guide to the new Ribbon interface in Office 2010 to help smooth the transition from Office 2003 to Office 2010.

Kimheng Nguon, CS 101 Section 1

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Bring Office 2003 Menus Back to 2010 with UBitMenu

  • The previous tip showed you how you can make the transition from Office 2003 to the new Ribbon interface in Office 2010 and 2007 easier. However, if you really miss the familiar menus and toolbars from Office 2003, you can get them back in Office 2010. The following article shows you how to use a tool, called UBitMenu, to bring back the Office 2003 menus and toolbars in Office 2010, and even how to hide the extra Ribbon tabs to make Office 2010 more like Office 2003.

Kimheng Nguon, CS 101 Section 1

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Insert Horizontal Lines in Word Documents Quickly

  • Generally, when inserting a horizontal line in Word, you need to access the Borders and Shading dialog box. However, there is a quicker way of inserting different styles of horizontal lines. The following article shows you the keyboard shortcuts for inserting the different styles of horizontal lines to save you time.

Kimheng Nguon, CS 101 Section 1

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How to Crop Pictures in Word, Excel, and PowerPoint 2010

  • When inserting a picture into your Office documents, you might need to crop it to show only a specific part of the picture and remove other areas. You can do this directly in Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. The following article shows you how to crop pictures in Word, but the method is the same in Excel and PowerPoint.

Kimheng Nguon, CS 101 Section 1

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Center Pictures and Other Objects in Office 2007 & 2010

  • Once you insert your picture and crop it, if needed, it may be difficult to get your picture perfectly centered in your document. The following article shows you how to center pictures and other objects in Word and PowerPoint 2010; however, the method is nearly identical in 2007.

Kimheng Nguon, CS 101 Section 1

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How to Take Screenshots with Word 2010

  • If you’re working on a document in Word 2010 that includes screenshots, you can easily use Word to create the screenshots, rather than another third-party tool, thus saving you time. The following article shows you how to use Word to take screenshots and paste them directly into your document.

Kimheng Nguon, CS 101 Section 1

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Add Security to Your Important Documents in Office 2010

  • If you’re sharing Office 2010 documents with other employees through your company’s network, you might want to add security to the documents so only certain employees can access the documents. You can also apply encryption to Excel and PowerPoint documents. However, you can only restrict editing in Word and Excel.

Kimheng Nguon, CS 101 Section 1

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Questions and Answers

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Kimheng Nguon, CS 101 Section 1