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Word 2003 custom toolbar buttons

Discussion in 'Business Applications' started by RGHmktg, Nov 12, 2007.

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  1. RGHmktg

    RGHmktg Thread Starter

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    Years ago, a friend created 3 custom toolbar buttons for me in Word 97, each one setting one of the three fonts I use most. When I copied normal.dot into Word 2000, they continued to work, and the same now in Word 2003. But, I want to change one of those fonts. I know how to edit the button image, but I can't find instructions in "Help" how to navigate to the instructions behind that button so I can change the font name.
    Bob
     
  2. efiggeroa

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    It would seem the easy answer is to just make a new button. That is a relatively easy task.

    1. Select the Tools Menu

    2. From tools select Customize

    3. Select the Commands I tab

    4. From Commands tab choose the Font from the list of categories in the left hand column

    5. Once you have chosen Fonts a list of all available font will display in right hand column

    6. Click and Hold the left mouse button on the font you want and drag it from the right hand column up to the tool bar location you want and release the left mouse button

    7. Now you can Right Click the new button and customize it with image or text

    8. You can also Right Click the old button and delete it if you no longer want it

    9. Good Luck!
     
  3. RGHmktg

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    That did it. Thanx!
    Bob
     
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