Another way you can save time is by customising a Ribbon.  If you have all the frequently used commands on a single Ribbon, wouldn’t that save you time looking for a command?  Within 9 minutes you will be able to create a custom Tab/Ribbon. In the video I’m using Microsoft Excel 2013 as an example, but the instructions can be applied to any of the Microsoft Office applications from 2007 through to 2016.

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