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Using Toolbars and Ribbons

Some Windows programs put the most frequently used operations on one or more toolbars or ribbons, typically located just below the menu bar. A toolbar looks like a row of buttons, each with a small picture (called an icon) and maybe a bit of text. You activate the associated command or operation by clicking the button with your mouse.

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1.jpg Click a tab to select that particular ribbon.

2.jpg Click a ribbon/toolbar button to select that operation.

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