Press Tab which will move focus to the list of commands currently on the Quick
Pressing Tab again moves you to the “Reset” button where the original Quick Access
Toolbar items can be restored.
Moving through the options to customize the Quick Access Toolbar, pressing Tab
again will let you move a selected item in the list of Quick Access Toolbar tools up.
The “Move UP” and “Move own” buttons are icons with arrows pointing
either up or down so there is no keyboard command to move directly to
them. Visually they are to the right of the list of items currently on the Quick
Pressing Tab from the “Move UP” button will move focus to the “Move own” button
where you can move the selected item down in the list.
If you want to remove an item from the Quick Access Toolbar, select it and press Alt
+ R. You could also Tab to the Remove button.
Once you’ve added the Style tool to the Quick Access Toolbar, Tab to and activate the
You are returned to the document and the new tools are added to the Quick Access Toolbar.
You access the tools in numerical order. For example on my computer the Style tool is the
fourth item on the Quick Access Toolbar so pressing Alt + 4 will take me directly to the
Style tool. When you move tools up or down in the current list of Quick Access Toolbar
tools in the Customize dialog, you affect the number you would need to press to move
directly to that tool. For example, if I moved the Style tool down one place in the list, Alt + 5
would put focus on it not Alt + 4.
Each Office application has a Quick Access Toolbar. In my case, I also put the Select table,
Send to Microsoft PowerPoint and Style Separator on the Quick Access Toolbar.
Office 2013 File Format and Fonts
As of Office 2007, Microsoft Office has an XML [Extensible Mark-up Language] document
format which gives your files a DOCX extension by default. The file format accompanies
document styles and fonts. Because we are working in a digital environment and
paragraphs have a blank line between them, as of Office 2007 applications which use the
default Normal.dotx or document template automatically insert the space or blank line
when you press the Enter key. Unlike Word 2003, you do not have to press the Enter key
twice when beginning a new paragraph.
The new default text font set is Calibri which is a sans-serif or Arial type of font. The default
font size is 11 point. This font was designed for readability and accessibility. Heading styles