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filePossible to hide the Office Tabs Toolbar ?

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1 year 2 months ago #2646 by jessewalter375
Replied by jessewalter375 on topic Possible to hide the Office Tabs Toolbar ?
Please follow these simple steps:-
-Right‑click theToolbar or Quick Access toolbar and select Collapse the toolbar from the shortcut menu. Repeat again and uncheck the option to restore the Toolbar.
-Double‑click on the active tab to collapse. Double‑click on any tab to re‑display the full toolbar
-Minimize the Ribbon using the [Ctrl] + [F1] toggle which leaves only the tabs. Press [Ctrl] + [F1] again to restore the toolbar
-Click once on the toolbar Display Options button in the upper‑right corner of the program window (next to the Windows management buttons). Choose from options to Auto-hide toolbar, Show Tabs, Show Tabs and Commands.
Hope this solves your problem.

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1 year 3 months ago #2571 by Lewis-H
Replied by Lewis-H on topic Possible to hide the Office Tabs Toolbar ?
Click once on the Ribbon Display Options button in the upper‑right corner of the program window (next to the Windows management buttons). Choose from options to Auto-hide Ribbon, Show Tabs, Show Tabs and Commands. The look of this button varies with each version of Microsoft Office.

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3 years 6 months ago #728 by qiuhongkun
Replied by qiuhongkun on topic Possible to hide the Office Tabs Toolbar ?
Hello,
There is an option in the Setting Center for this operation. :)

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3 years 7 months ago #710 by WFD
When using Office Tabs it is obviously necessary to have a header bar where the tabs are shown, but is it necessary to allocate another header bar for the Office Tabs Toolbar ? Is there a way to collapse or hide the Toolbar to avoid losing the space it takes ? See attachment for illustration of what I am asking. Thanks.
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