What you're referring to are your personal preferences that need to be designated when you install any Office program. This can be customized easily and can vary from computer to computer.
To set which toolbars show automatically, pull down View
, then select Toolbars
. Check off which toolbars you want to always be visible.
To make other preference changes:
Pull down the Tools
menu. Choose Customize
, then Options
tab. This is where you can select if you want the Standard and Formatting toolbars to be on 2 rows or not (place a check in the box if you want them on two rows). You can also select if you want your program to show full menus at all times here, too.
Also in the Tools
menu is the Commands
tab. Here you can add command buttons to any toolbar by dragging and dropping the individual command onto the toolbar location where you want it to be placed.
To further customize your options, pull down Tools
, then choose Options
. There are many tabs in this submenu. Here you can choose to turn off the StartUp pane, set your user information (like your name and initials), remove the drawing canvas when you use auto shapes, and set your printing options (such as reverse order printing).
Hope that answers your question.
Edited by txtchr, 11 June 2009 - 09:18 AM.