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October 27, 2010


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mike.smith @ microsoft word help

The problem with too customized tooldbar is that it can distract you from actual work.

That is why I minimize it when typing the text, using CTRL + F1 shortcut.

Jennie Ruby

Thanks, Mike, the Ctrl-F1 shortcut is handy for minimizing the Ribbon. All the more reason to have a few handy tools still available down on the Status bar at the bottom of the screen. Together, minimizing the Ribbon and having a few tools on the status bar make for a nice, clean screen while typing.


I want to remove the status bar from Word 2010 permanently and I dont want to see it everytime I open any doc. Is it possible to remove or hide the status bar in Word 2010? How do I do that?

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