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You can customize the Word 2010 ribbon by adding the Word commands you use most often to a custom tab. Or you can get a head start by downloading the new Favorites tab.
How do we know your favorites? We don't, but we used customer data (from Word 2007 Service Pack 2) to identify which command buttons are clicked the most.
The idea is to save you time. (And then you'll have more time to write!)
-- Joannie Stangeland
I have not been able to find an image of it anywhere. What is the point of downloading this ribbon when I can already add my own Favorites tab? How is this one different, better? Could you explain the advantages of it some more please.
I have a real problem with this custom menu since it nukes my QAT. MS needs to come up with some way of allowing us to merge these customizations. I have a LOT of entries on my QAT that I don't want to recreate.
It sounds like an interesting start, I would REALLY like to see 2 things in the Ribbon from MS.
First, a download like this that consists of all "Custom" tabs recreating the current ribbon. That way I would be able to add and/or remove commands right in the Tab and Group that it "naturally" belongs instead of stuffing it all in the QAT or this new "Favorites" tab. I have tried to do it myself, but when I do, the result does not look or act the same as the default. The icons are not displayed the same as the default.
The other thing I want from MS is an addon to recreate the menu. Frankly I think it is totally unacceptable that MS has not provided this backward compatibility by default. The ribbon may be find for new users or kids with the attention span of a crack addicted A.D.D sufferer. I invested 20 years of my time and MONEY learning the menu structure. As a touch typist, my favorite menu functions are down to muscle memory, no thinking required. Instead I have been handicapped with this stupid ribbon and the mouse.
Thanks for putting up with my rant.
I open my doc and there is no commands, only three big stupid tabs: FILE, FORMATTING, MAIL MERGE. Dadgumit. How do I get back to a human view.
Click the File tab, click Options, and then click Customize Ribbon. In the lower-right area of the dialog box, click Reset, and then click Reset all customizations.