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Monday, February 16, 2015

Microsoft Office 2013 Ribbon toolbar

Microsoft Office enables you to turn ideas into beautiful documents. It lets you personalize all the Office programs for growing businesses. It allows you to edit and share documents on any Internet connected device virtually anywhere. It helps you communicate faster. To put it briefly, Microsoft Office 2013 allows you to work, share, or communicate anytime, anywhere in the most advanced way


The best part is the more you will use this newest productivity suite, the more you will like the various interface tweaks Microsoft did to the suite. For instance, Microsoft has made a great change to the Ribbon toolbar.



Check out what’s new in Microsoft Office 2013 Ribbon toolbar




Curious to know, what is so special in Microsoft Office 2013 Ribbon toolbar and how it can benefit you?



Ribbon toolbar created a lot of hype when changed in Microsoft Office 2007 and was not touched at all in Microsoft Office 2010. Now in the latest suite of Microsoft Office, Ribbon toolbar offers you as many as three different Ribbon views, including Auto-hide Ribbon, Show Tabs, and Commands.


Wondering how you can switch between them? Follow the below given instructions:



Step 1: To being with, open any Microsoft Office 2013 app, like Excel, Word, Outlook, etc.



Step 2: After opening the preferred app, in the top-right corner of the window, you will be able to see the Ribbon display-option. (Check on the Left side of the Minimize button). Click on the Ribbon display-option.



Step 3: Now you will get three options, including Auto-hide Ribbon, Show Tabs, and Commands. From all the options, Commands is the default view. So select from Auto-hide Ribbon or Show Tabs. As soon as you select a view, you will be able to see the result instantly.



More on Ribbon views in Microsoft Office 2013



Out of all the Ribbon-display options, Auto-hide Ribbon is very interesting. It makes the work area completely toolbar-free. This option is fun to use, especially in Word. It gives you maximum workspace and zero clutter Ribbon.



On the other hand, Show Tabs hides everything except the Ribbon’s tab. You can simply click on any tab to see its contents. Or just click again to hide the contents.



When using Auto-Hide or Show Tabs, you can easily switch to any ribbon view according to your convenience. To experience it, give it a try.
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