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Thicken vertical separators in a Quck Access Toolbar in Word 2016

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How can I add a group separator in a Quick Access Toolbar in Word 2016, and how can I make the vertical separator thicker and more noticeable?
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Open Word 2016, and right click in blank space in the ribbon. Choose Customize QAT, choose all commands and at the Top of the list is Separator.  

Add a Separator.  I have done this and it works.

I cannot see a way to adjust the size of the separator.
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Serena Hsi earned 500 total points
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That is and isn't true. You can always add custom icons to your toolbars, it just isn't all that easy or practical.

Here is one in-depth walk-through on how this can be done:
http://gregmaxey.mvps.org/word_tip_pages/modify_qat_button_image_text.html

Where the custom icon would be an extra thick spacer image, or you could just put in two spacer separators.
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Will custom icons thicken the separator bar?  Not unless the separator bar itself is a custom icon.
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