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How to Remove Commands from the Word 2007 Quick Access Toolbar

You can remove a command from the Word 2007 Quick Access toolbar as easily as you add it. There are two ways to do this. The easiest way is to right-click its button. Then, from the pop-up menu, choose Remove from Quick Access Toolbar.

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The other way allows mass removal of commands. Simply choose the More Commands item from the Quick Access toolbar drop-down menu. This displays the Word Options dialog box. In the Customization area, choose a command from the right, and then click the Remove button. Repeat for each command you want to remove.

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Keep in mind that you shouldn’t remove the Undo or Redo commands from the toolbar, unless you've really committed the Ctrl+Z and Ctrl+Y keyboard shortcuts to memory.

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