Here's our Microsoft Office Tip for.. April 20, 2004
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Adding a Button to a Toolbar
Word toolbars are generally laid out logically, and they cover most commands you need in the course of a standard word processing situation. However, sometimes the preset buttons are not enough. Sometimes you need more. If you've ever wished you could add your favorite menu command to the Word 2000 toolbar, today is your lucky day.

Begin by choosing Tools, Customize and clicking the Commands tab. From here, you can browse the classes of commands on the left and insert the specific commands on the right. To insert a command on the toolbar, simply grab it in the window in the Customize dialog box and place it on the toolbar above your Word document. It's a little confusing at first, because you're probably not accustomed to grabbing something from a dialog box in this manner, but once you get used to it, this trick is a snap.