Note: This tip does not work with the MS Office Suite 2007 programs that utilize ribbons in place of menus and toolbars.
Have you ever noticed that many of the custom MS Office toolbar buttons you've added have the exact same image?
I have! For example, I added a button that takes me to the New window you see when you use the File menu, New choice in MS Word.
Unfortunately, it's identical to the New button that opens a blank document from the Normal template.
So, what can you do?
Well, change the button image, of course!
Yes, you read it right. You can change the button image all by yourself!
To change a button image, you first need to open the Customize window. (Either right click over a toolbar and pick Customize from the bottom of the pop up menu or go to the Tools menu, Customize choice).
Now, go to the specific button you wish to change and right click.
From the pop up menu, go to the Change Button Image submenu.
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You should find a selection of images to choose from. Pick one and then click on it.
Finally, close the Customize window.
(If you decide you want the original image back, simply repeat the process and choose Reset Button Image from the menu).
So, there you have it. MS Office with your own "special touch." Happy redecorating!