The Ribbon in Microsoft Office applications offers an easy means of accessing functions, yet occupies a lot of area on the display. If you wish to maximize the amount of space you have for your files, you can easily reveal as well as hide the ribbon as needed.
When the ribbon is reduced, only the names of the tabs present. You can click any kind of tab name to drop down that tab.
To minimize or take full advantage of the ribbon, double-click on any one of the tab names. You can likewise push “Ctrl + F1” to lessen or optimize the bow.
One more choice is to right-click on any kind of tab name. If the ribbon is currently lessened, a check presents before the “Collapse the Ribbon” option on the popup food selection. To make best use of the bow once again, choose the “Collapse the Ribbon” choice so there is NO check mark prior to the option.
When the ribbon is made best use of, there is an arrowhead pointing up in the lower-right corner of the ribbon. Click this arrow to decrease the bow.
To access a tab while the bow is reduced, merely click on it. When you have chosen an alternative on the tab, the ribbon reduces once again.
If you make a decision to optimize the ribbon while a tab is open on the minimized bow, click the thumbtack symbol in the lower-right edge of the bow, or press “Ctrl + F1”.
These settings specify to each Office application, so you can establish the bow to be minimized in Word, as an example, but not in PowerPoint or Excel.