In the Paragraph group above, you will find commands for creating bulleted or numbered lists, aligning texts, etc.
Within the Ribbon Dialog Box Launcher
Opens more options for that group
Backstage View Common commands Backstage view tabs Displays the options for the application you are in While the Ribbon provides the commands for working in your document, Backstage view shows commands and choices you need to work with the file as a whole.
Becomes Part of the Ribbon Contextual Ribbon Tabs
Appear only when you need them
We are clicked on the smiley face picture, this brought up a contextual Drawings Tools tab which includes Format options for the picture.
Customizing the Ribbon Ribbon can be customized to suit the way you work Allows you to turn off the display of tabs you don’t use, as well as create new tabs and groups You can add a group to an existing tab or move a group to a different tab. You can also change the order in which the tabs and groups appear.
Commands shown in the Quick Access Toolbar are always visible
Favorite commands can be added to this toolbar
Using the Mini Toolbar Floats above selected text and displays commonly-used formatting choices Initially appears translucent and then faces in when you move the pointer toward it Appears automatically whenever you select text
Print Preview and Print The options and tools for Printing and Previewing documents now appear together in the Print tab in Backstage view The section on the left shows the print settings and options, while the section on the right displays a preview of the document.
Using Keyboard Shortcuts Shortcuts are activated using the Alt key Once activated, the short cuts appear as screen tips