moderated Re: Word 365 Quick Access

Van Lant, Robin


I caused the initial confusion. I see now that Mark is trying to add a button to the Word Quick Access Toolbar that would allow him to print an envelope, or that is what I’m assuming that icon would do in Word.  My mistake for thinking it was Outlook. 


I am using Office 2016 retail version on my home laptop and I do have the Quick Access Toolbar (QAT).  Since you are sighted, look in the very top left of the toolbars, above the ribbon tabs.  By default, Word usually has the new document and Save buttons and some other buttons there.   For a keyboard only user, the alt, then up arrow usually gets the person to this area.  Alt, then shift Tab can also move the person there after a few presses.  You’ll also see the Customize toolbar button up there, which presents a menu of some QAT options.   I find it very helpful for buttons I need to access frequently that are buried on ribbons other than Home.  For even quicker access, you can memorize the number position on the QAT and then just hit Alt, then the corresponding number. For example, in Excel, I have  the Sort A to Z button in the first position so I can quickly sort any column of data on the fly with alt, then 1. 






From: <> On Behalf Of Brian Vogel
Sent: Wednesday, December 15, 2021 10:44 AM
Subject: Re: Word 365 Quick Access


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On Wed, Dec 15, 2021 at 12:11 PM, Mark Arnold ABG wrote:

The Subject clearly states, “Word.”

Indeed.  But I'm not the only participant in this topic that was uncertain whether that was a "write-o" or not.  Hence the request for clarification.

Clearly the Quick Access feature in Word is recent, as I've never encountered it yet.  But I still have 2016 on my machines since it's still in support and does what I need for it to do.

Brian - Windows 10, 64-Bit, Version 21H1, Build 19043  

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