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I haven't tried any of these, so I can't vouch for them personally. Also, Christine Kent (the Word 2007 guru) urges us to just dive into Word 2007 and never look back... but I haven't tried that, either. :-)
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Paul Hanson
> Sent: Tuesday, February 16, 2010 9:00 AM
> To: List,Â Techwriter
> Subject: RE: Word 7 Menus
> Simple answer: no. You cannot switch from the Ribbon
> interface to the old menu structure.
> What I've found more helpful is to put the commands I use
> most frequently in the "Quick Access Toolbar". For example,
> Save, Open, Insert Hyperlink, Insert Row, Delete Row...
> basically anything you use a lot, add it to that QAT and
> you're going to be more productive, even more so than going
> to the Add-Ins tab.
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