Tuesday, 17 February 2009

The Ribbon

Office 2007 brings together its previous menus and toolbars into one control centre called The Ribbon. The Ribbon is a band that runs across the top of the window and it contains commands that are divided into sets of commonly used features. Each set is displayed on a different tab. For example, the main set of frequently used commands is displayed on the Home tab.

How Does the Ribbon Work?
The Ribbon is organised into tabs. Each tab represents a different set of frequently-used commands. As previously mentioned, the Home tab contains the main commands for each application. For example, when you are using Microsoft Word, the Home tab contains commands such as changing fonts, working with paragraphs, changing styles, editing and even the clipboard commands. As you move from one tab to another, the set of commands will change.

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