Task Bar In Outlook For Mac

16.09.2019
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Start Outlook. Restore the To-Do Bar if it is not visible in the side view of Outlook. Select the 'View' tab, click 'To-Do Bar' in the Layout group and choose 'Normal.

Here's what you can customize on the Ribbon:. Rename the tabs: To rename, select a tab, like Home, Insert, Design in the Customize the Ribbon box, click Rename. Add new tab or new group: To add new tab or new group, click below the Customize the Ribbon box, and select New tab or New group. Remove tabs: You can remove custom tabs only from the Ribbon. To remove, select your tab in the Customize the Ribbon box and click. Customize the Quick Access Toolbar If you just want a few commands on your fingertips, you want to use the Quick Access Toolbar.

Those are the icons that are above the Ribbon and they are always on no matter what tab you are on in the Ribbon. To customize the Quick Access Toolbar, open or create a Word, Excel, or PowerPoint document. Go to the app Preferences and click Quick Access Toolbar. On the Quick Access Toolbar tab window, select the commands and click the arrows to add or remove from the Customize Quick Access Toolbar box. Note: You cannot move the Home tab. Click Done.

Hide tabs The following procedure hides a tab until you show it again. The tab stays hidden even when you close and reopen the application.

On the right side of the ribbon, click, and then click Customize Ribbon Tab Order. On the tab, click. Click Done. Show hidden tabs. On the right side of the ribbon, click, and then click Ribbon Preferences.

Under Customize, select the check box for the tab that you want to show. Show or hide groups on a tab Commands are organized in logical groups that are collected together under tabs. Some groups are hidden by default but you can unhide them.

On the right side of the ribbon, click, and then click Ribbon Preferences. Under Customize, do one of the following: To Do this Show groups Select the group check box, which is indented under the tab Hide groups Clear the group check box, which is indented under the tab Reset the ribbon tab order to default settings. On the right side of the ribbon, click, and then click Customize Ribbon Tab Order. Click Reset. Hide or show group titles in the ribbon Hiding group titles gives you more space to work with. On the right side of the ribbon, click, and then click Ribbon Preferences. Under General, do one of the following: To Do this Hide group titles Select the Hide group titles check box.

Show group titles Clear the Hide group titles check box. PowerPoint Do any of the following: Rearrange tabs. On the right side of the ribbon, click, and then click Customize Ribbon Tab Order. Drag the tab to where you want it.

Note: You cannot move the Home tab. Click Done. Hide tabs The following procedure hides a tab until you show it again. The tab stays hidden even when you close and reopen the application. On the right side of the ribbon, click, and then click Customize Ribbon Tab Order. On the tab, click. Click Done.

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Show hidden tabs. On the right side of the ribbon, click, and then click Ribbon Preferences. Under Customize, select the check box for the tab that you want to show.

Reset the ribbon tab order to default settings. On the right side of the ribbon, click, and then click Customize Ribbon Tab Order.

Click Reset. Hide or show group titles in the ribbon Hiding group titles gives you more space to work with. On the right side of the ribbon, click, and then click Ribbon Preferences. Under General, do one of the following: To Do this Hide group titles Select the Hide group titles check box. Show group titles Clear the Hide group titles check box. Excel Do any of the following: Rearrange tabs. On the right side of the ribbon, click, and then click Customize Ribbon Tab Order.

Drag the tab to where you want it. Note: You cannot move the Home tab.

Click Done. Hide tabs The following procedure hides a tab until you show it again. The tab stays hidden even when you close and reopen the application. On the right side of the ribbon, click, and then click Customize Ribbon Tab Order. On the tab, click. Click Done. Show hidden tabs.

On the right side of the ribbon, click, and then click Ribbon Preferences. Under Customize, select the check box for the tab that you want to show. Reset the ribbon tab order to default settings. On the right side of the ribbon, click, and then click Customize Ribbon Tab Order. Click Reset. Hide or show group titles in the ribbon Hiding group titles gives you more space to work with.

On the right side of the ribbon, click, and then click Ribbon Preferences. Under General, do one of the following: To Do this Hide group titles Select the Hide group titles check box. Show group titles Clear the Hide group titles check box. Customize toolbars and menus Show or hide a toolbar. On the View menu, point to Toolbars, and then click the toolbar that you want to show or hide. Notes:. Currently visible toolbars have a check mark next to the toolbar name.

When you open an Office application, the same toolbars appear that were visible the last time that you used the application. If the buttons on the Standard toolbar are not visible, click located on the far right of the toolbar. If you are using Office on Mac OS X 10.7 (Lion), this button does not appear on the Standard toolbar. Dock or float a toolbar You can dock some toolbars directly under the Standard toolbar. If a toolbar is 'floating' (not docked), you can position it where you want it on the screen. On the View menu, point to Toolbars, and then click Customize Toolbars and Menus.

Click the Toolbars and Menus tab. The Show column indicates the toolbars that are currently visible.

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Under Dock, select or clear the check box for the toolbar that you want. Notes:.

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If a toolbar does not have a Dock check box, it cannot be docked under the Standard toolbar. However, you can manually drag any floating toolbar up to the Menu bar to dock it there. The Standard toolbar, if it shows, must be docked. Add or remove buttons or commands from a toolbar or the menu bar. On the View menu, point to Toolbars, and then click Customize Toolbars and Menus. Click the Toolbars and Menus tab.

Select the Show check box for the toolbar that you want to change. Click the Commands tab. Under Categories, click a category.

Do one of the following: To Do this Add a command to a toolbar or the menu bar Under Commands, drag a command from the Commands list to where you want to add it to the toolbar or the menu bar. Remove a command from a toolbar or the menu bar On the toolbar or the menu bar, drag the command off the toolbar. Customize the name or appearance of a menu command or a toolbar button. On the View menu, point to Toolbars, and then click Customize Toolbars and Menus. Click the Toolbars and Menus tab. Under Show, select the check box for the toolbar that contains the button or menu command that you want to change.

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Under Dock, clear the check box for the toolbar that contains the button or menu command that you want to change.

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