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    on Word 2007.

    Users are adding shortcut items to the Quick Access Toolbar.

    What we discovered is some shortcut dont have icons. When they get moved across to the Quick Access Toolbar. Word displays a default icon "green dot" for the functions that dont have icons.
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    When the QAT icons are displayed in Word, users cant distinguish between the functions.

    A good example is the functions "Accept All Changes In Document", and "Reject All Changes In DOcument"

    In Word 2007, do you know how to apply icons or change icons on the Quick Access Toolbar?

    many thanks

    diana

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    Diana,

    I don't think there's any way to do this, short of using RibbonX code to modify the icon. If you hover your cursor over the icon, you do get a screentip indicating what the item is for.

    Gary

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    If you have an earlier version of Word create the macros and the icons you wish then use them under the newer version. This has worked for me.

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    Gary and William's answers are good.

    http://word.tips.net/Pages/T007401_M...ar_Images.html - This article provides links to a couple more options.

    If you have macros or toolbars setup in 2003 you can import them into 2007 using this tip: http://lounge.windowssecrets.com/ind...owtopic=772844

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