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Forums » Prof-UIS General Discussion » Ribbon MS Office 2013 Collapse All
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Jean Gareau Nov 8, 2012 - 4:48 PM

First I want to congratulate you about the fantastic ribbon you developed in MFC. A breeze to use. Do you have any plan to support the 2013 MS Office ribbon look, including the File tab that slides from the left a series of commands, and that slides back once commands are selected? Thank you!


mike dukes Oct 30, 2020 - 10:37 AM

let’s access the “Customize the Ribbon” options window.

Regardless of which tab is selected, navigate your mouse to the ribbon and right-click (Alternatively, you can also click the File tab and choose Options).
Select Customize the Ribbon in the drop-down menu.
The Options window will open. This primary part of the window has several customization options available.
From this window, you are able to add, remove, and create new tabs.

When you create a custom tab, you choose which commands to include. You can use a custom tab to keep all of your favorite actions in one place. There’s no need to click through each tab trying to remember where that important tool resides.
Underneath the right column, click the New Tab option to add a tab option to your Tabs list.
The New Tab (Custom) option will have a “New Group (Custom) option as a sub item. Right-click the New Tab and New Group options to change the name, location, or other options related to your selection.
To add commands to your new tab, left-click the appropriate command from the menu on the left and drag it into your new tab.
Select OK.
Hope this helps.

married Dec 17, 2012 - 1:32 AM

Dear Jean Gareau, we are very sorry about the break in the technical support of our products. Finance Crisis didn’t bypass us.

Currently, work has started with a new team and our work will resume in full soon. Our Prof-UIS Team have decided to work the whole

Christmas week and without any weekends until we’ll have answered all request. We ask for your forgiveness.

 Prof-UIS Team

Alastair Watts Nov 20, 2012 - 12:34 AM

Hi Jean ... I don’t think they’ll be supporting anything from now on.