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How to Remove fonts from Ribbon in Word 2010


palinka
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I help a blind user of Windows. She works for a charity in an office environment and I sit beside her to dictate what she has to type. She has recently had to upgrade to Windows 7 and as a result she now has Word 2010 instead of 2000, or maybe it was 2003.

The most annoying feature of Word 2010 is the so-called "Ribbon". It shows every font installed in Word and we don't want to see any of them (my blind colleague cannot see them anyway) - what is more, it takes up a lot of space. Is there a way of removing all those fonts from the Ribbon?

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Pine Man

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The fonts don't show in the Word 2010 ribbon apart from the one you are using. I think you might mean the styles, which do take up about half of the ribbon but I'm sorry I don't know how to disable them.

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palinka

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Yes , sorry, should have said Styles; has anyone a solution to removing them from view?

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Pine Man

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Found it.

Open Word and select Options from the File Tab.

Select Customize Ribbon.

Highlight Styles in the right hand window then click on Remove.

Et viola! It's gone.

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palinka

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You're a genius. thank you VERY much.

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