Working with Toolbars

As you probably know, you can display as many toolbars as you like. A toolbar can be either docked or floating. A docked toolbar is fixed in place at the top, bottom, left, or right edge of Excel's workspace. Floating toolbars appear in an always-on-top window, which means that they are never obscured by other windows. You can change the dimensions of a floating toolbar by dragging a border.

As shown in Figure 19-1, right-clicking any toolbar or toolbar button displays a shortcut menu that lets you hide or display a toolbar. This shortcut menu, however, does not display the names of all toolbars. For a complete list of toolbars, use the Customize dialog box. This dialog box lets you hide or display toolbars (among other things).

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Right-clicking a toolbar or a toolbar button displays this shortcut

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1 Right-click a toolbar and choose Customize from the shortcut menu.

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