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Using Word in Office 2007, I would like to make the buttons (icons) on the
quick access toolbar larger so I can see them more easily.
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Change the appropriate display settings in Windows; in Control Panel,
double-click Display. At least if you are using Windows XP, make use of the
Appearance tab.

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Using Word in Office 2007, I would like to make the buttons (icons) on the
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Really?? Changing the size of the icons in Windows worked for the icons on my
desktop, but not for the icons in the Word 2007 Quick Access Toolbar. What am
I doing wrong??

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"Stefan Blom" wrote:

Change the appropriate display settings in Windows; in Control Panel,
double-click Display. At least if you are using Windows XP, make use of the
Appearance tab.

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Using Word in Office 2007, I would like to make the buttons (icons) on the
quick access toolbar larger so I can see them more easily.





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I think what Stefan was suggesting was to reduce the screen resolution, which
will make everything larger. There is no way to enlarge just the Quick Access
Toolbar buttons while leaving everything else the same size.

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Really?? Changing the size of the icons in Windows worked for the icons on my
desktop, but not for the icons in the Word 2007 Quick Access Toolbar. What am
I doing wrong??

Cyndie Browning
Software Support Specialist
GableGotwals
Tulsa, OK


"Stefan Blom" wrote:

Change the appropriate display settings in Windows; in Control Panel,
double-click Display. At least if you are using Windows XP, make use of the
Appearance tab.

--
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Using Word in Office 2007, I would like to make the buttons (icons) on the
quick access toolbar larger so I can see them more easily.





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Indeed, that's what I was *thinking* of, but it wasn't what I actually
wrote. :-(

Thank you for clarifying my thoughts. :-)

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"Jay Freedman" wrote in message
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I think what Stefan was suggesting was to reduce the screen resolution,
which
will make everything larger. There is no way to enlarge just the Quick
Access
Toolbar buttons while leaving everything else the same size.

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Jay Freedman
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On Thu, 6 Aug 2009 09:20:01 -0700, gr8auntieokie
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Really?? Changing the size of the icons in Windows worked for the icons on
my
desktop, but not for the icons in the Word 2007 Quick Access Toolbar. What
am
I doing wrong??

Cyndie Browning
Software Support Specialist
GableGotwals
Tulsa, OK


"Stefan Blom" wrote:

Change the appropriate display settings in Windows; in Control Panel,
double-click Display. At least if you are using Windows XP, make use of
the
Appearance tab.

--
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Microsoft Word MVP



"values" wrote in message
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Using Word in Office 2007, I would like to make the buttons (icons) on
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quick access toolbar larger so I can see them more easily.








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Default How can I increase the size of buttons on quick access toolbar

There is no way to enlarge just the Quick Access Toolbar buttons while
leaving everything else the same size.

Well, that's what I thought but I just wanted to hear it from your very own
lips.

Thanks to both of you, Jay and Stefan, and I'm sorry that mind-reading isn't
one of my talent sets. ~:-)

Cyndie Browning
Software Support Specialist
GableGotwals
Tulsa, OK


"Stefan Blom" wrote:

Indeed, that's what I was *thinking* of, but it wasn't what I actually
wrote. :-(

Thank you for clarifying my thoughts. :-)

--
Stefan Blom
Microsoft Word MVP



"Jay Freedman" wrote in message
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I think what Stefan was suggesting was to reduce the screen resolution,
which
will make everything larger. There is no way to enlarge just the Quick
Access
Toolbar buttons while leaving everything else the same size.

--
Regards,
Jay Freedman
Microsoft Word MVP FAQ: http://word.mvps.org
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so all
may benefit.

On Thu, 6 Aug 2009 09:20:01 -0700, gr8auntieokie
wrote:

Really?? Changing the size of the icons in Windows worked for the icons on
my
desktop, but not for the icons in the Word 2007 Quick Access Toolbar. What
am
I doing wrong??

Cyndie Browning
Software Support Specialist
GableGotwals
Tulsa, OK


"Stefan Blom" wrote:

Change the appropriate display settings in Windows; in Control Panel,
double-click Display. At least if you are using Windows XP, make use of
the
Appearance tab.

--
Stefan Blom
Microsoft Word MVP



"values" wrote in message
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Using Word in Office 2007, I would like to make the buttons (icons) on
the
quick access toolbar larger so I can see them more easily.







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[...] I'm sorry that mind-reading isn't one of my talent sets. ~:-)

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There is no way to enlarge just the Quick Access Toolbar buttons while
leaving everything else the same size.

Well, that's what I thought but I just wanted to hear it from your very
own
lips.

Thanks to both of you, Jay and Stefan, and I'm sorry that mind-reading
isn't
one of my talent sets. ~:-)

Cyndie Browning
Software Support Specialist
GableGotwals
Tulsa, OK


"Stefan Blom" wrote:

Indeed, that's what I was *thinking* of, but it wasn't what I actually
wrote. :-(

Thank you for clarifying my thoughts. :-)

--
Stefan Blom
Microsoft Word MVP



"Jay Freedman" wrote in message
...
I think what Stefan was suggesting was to reduce the screen resolution,
which
will make everything larger. There is no way to enlarge just the Quick
Access
Toolbar buttons while leaving everything else the same size.

--
Regards,
Jay Freedman
Microsoft Word MVP FAQ: http://word.mvps.org
Email cannot be acknowledged; please post all follow-ups to the
newsgroup
so all
may benefit.

On Thu, 6 Aug 2009 09:20:01 -0700, gr8auntieokie
wrote:

Really?? Changing the size of the icons in Windows worked for the icons
on
my
desktop, but not for the icons in the Word 2007 Quick Access Toolbar.
What
am
I doing wrong??

Cyndie Browning
Software Support Specialist
GableGotwals
Tulsa, OK


"Stefan Blom" wrote:

Change the appropriate display settings in Windows; in Control Panel,
double-click Display. At least if you are using Windows XP, make use
of
the
Appearance tab.

--
Stefan Blom
Microsoft Word MVP



"values" wrote in message
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Using Word in Office 2007, I would like to make the buttons (icons)
on
the
quick access toolbar larger so I can see them more easily.











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On Thursday, August 6, 2009 at 6:40:01 AM UTC-4, values wrote:
Using Word in Office 2007, I would like to make the buttons (icons) on the
quick access toolbar larger so I can see them more easily.


Mine got smaller and you can barely see them. The color changed to green. Everything else stayed the same. I reinstalled the program, same thing. It happened after I was changing other settings, including colors, to green, in windows 10 display settings. Note: No other sizes changed. Just the colors including this bar.
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