Add commands to the Quick Access Toolbar

Getting to the commands you use the most doesn’t need to be difficult. When you find a favorite command, right-click it, and then click Add to Quick Access Toolbar.

Add Spelling & Grammar command to Quick Access Toolbar in Word

Now the command is only a click away.

Quick Access Toolbar showing the Spelling & Grammar command

For commands that you can’t right-click

If you frequently create PDFs, or do something else that requires going to the File tab, here’s how to add that command to the Quick Access Toolbar.

  1. Click Customize the Quick Access Toolbar, and then click More Commands.

    Customize Quick Access Toolbar by clicking More Commands

  2. In the Choose commands from list, click File Tab.

    Customize the Quick Access Toolbar by adding commands on the File tab

  3. Choose the command, and then click Add.

    Add command for customizing the Quick Access Toolbar

  4. Remember to click OK.

When a command is no longer your favorite

Remove a command by right-clicking it on the Quick Access Toolbar, and then clicking Remove from Quick Access Toolbar.

Remove Spelling & Grammar command from Quick Access Toolbar

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