Monday, June 20, 2011

Many Office ribbon Favorites, one place. Add a Favorites tab, already populated with commonly used items, to all your Office 2010 app’s ribbons…

The Productivity Hub - Add popular commands to your Office 2010 ribbons

“The Office team has compiled customers' favorite commands across all Office 2010 applications, which you can download to add as a Favorites tab in Access, Excel, InfoPath, OneNote, Outlook, PowerPoint, Project, Publisher, Visio, and Word.

For example, the Favorites tab in Word puts Save, Send, Properties, Spelling & Grammar, Quick Print, Word Options and other frequently used commands a single click away:



Microsoft Office - Download free customized ribbons

Applies to: Microsoft Access 2010, Excel 2010, OneNote 2010, Outlook 2010, PowerPoint 2010, Publisher 2010, Word 2010

You can download free customized ribbons for Microsoft Office 2010 that can help you be more productive. These ribbons have a new, custom tab named Favorites. The Favorites tab was created by using customer feedback on the commands used most frequently in Microsoft Office programs. You can use these customized ribbons as is or as a starting point to personalize the ribbon the way that you want it.

If after trying these customized ribbons, you decide that you would rather not use them, you can easily go back to the default ribbon or hide the custom tab. For more information about doing this, see the “Reset the ribbon” or the “Hide a tab” section in the Customize the ribbon article.

You can also customize the tab by renaming the tab or groups or changing the order of the commands or groups. For more information about these options, see the Customize the ribbon article or watch the videos in the Video: Customize the ribbon article.


I’ve seen the Favorites for a few of the Office 2010 Apps, but not all of them, not like this, that is until today. Downloading Word/Excel/PowerPoint/Outlook now… :)

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