Excel Guides

Customizing a Toolbar in Excel

You can customize a toolbar in Excel by adding or removing toolbar buttons, and you can also create your own custom toolbar. To add or remove toolbar buttons, do the following:

  1. Click File > Options.
  2. In the Excel Options dialog box, click Customize Ribbon.
  3. In the Customize the Ribbon list, under Main Tabs, click the tab that you want to modify. For example, to add or remove toolbar buttons from the Home tab, click Home.
  4. (Optional) To create a new custom tab, click New Tab, and then name the new tab. You can then add commands to the new tab by using the controls under (Name of new custom tab)

(Optional) To rename a custom tab, click the custom tab, and then click (Rename)

  1. (Optional) To change the position of a custom tab, in the list under (Name of custom tab), click the custom tab, and then use the up arrow or down arrow to move it to another position.

  2. (Optional) To delete a custom tab, in the list under (Name of custom tab), click the custom tab that you want to delete, and then click (Delete)

To add or remove toolbar buttons:

  1. (Optional) If you want to add or remove toolbar buttons from a built-in toolbar other than the one that is currently displayed, in the list under (Name of current toolbar), click the built-in toolbar that you want to modify.

  2. (Optional) If you want to add or remove toolbar buttons from a custom toolbar other than the one that is currently displayed, in the list under (Name of current custom toolbar), click the custom toolbar that you want to modify.

  3. (Optional) If you want to create a new custom toolbar, in the list under

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