by Allen Wyatt
(last updated March 25, 2016)
As you are customizing Word to reflect your working habits, there may be times when you want to create your own custom toolbar. The process you go through to create a new toolbar differs, based on your version of Word. You can create a toolbar by following these steps:
If you are using Word 6 or Word 95, the process you follow is a bit different. You should use these steps to create a new toolbar:
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