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Always display a second row of the Quick Access toolbar.

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Hello,

In Excel (or MS Office in general), is there a way to display a second row of the Quick Access toolbar all the time rather than having to click the double arrow at the far right end of the existing bar in order to view it?

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Question by:Steve_Brady
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"is there a way to display a second row of the Quick Access toolbar all the time"
Not that I know of, but you can put checks by all the tools you want to appear in the QA toolbar all the time. You can add more if you want.
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Rory Archibald earned 300 total points
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You can't, but in case it helps have a look at Ron de Bruin's add-in here: http://www.rondebruin.nl/qat.htm


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Steve,
Are you displaying the Quick Access toolbar below the ribbon?  If not, this allows mor space for the icons of the Quick Access toolbar.
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