In Excel 2003, many of the most commonly used command buttons are placed on the toolbar, and can be easily manipulated by the user. The add command is mainly done by dragging, with the following specific actions:
First, on the View menu, select Toolbars, and select the Customize command from the submenu that pops up, as shown in the picture.
Step two, open the Customize dialog box, click the Commands tab, select a category for the command in the Categories list box, and then in the Commands list box, select the command options you want to add, and hold down the left mouse button.
Key, drag it to the appropriate location of the toolbar, as shown in the figure:
Step three, release the mouse, and the selected command button will be added to the toolbar.
Skill Point Pull: Add a command to the menu bar
When you use drag to add a command, you can drag it not only to a common toolbar, but also to individual menus in the menu bar.
When you open the Customize dialog box, the Excel program enters the state of the custom feature commands, and the command buttons you select surround you with black boxes, and if you want to remove the commands, you can do this in two ways:
Method One, click the right chain anywhere on the menu bar or toolbar, select the Customize command from the pop-up shortcut menu, open the Customize dialog box, select the command button you want to delete in the operator interface, and hold down the left mouse button, and drag it anywhere outside the toolbar and menu bar. Release the mouse to remove the command button
Method Two, open the Customize dialog box, select the command button you want to delete in the menu bar or toolbar, right-click, and select Delete on the pop-up shortcut menu to remove the selected command button as shown in the figure.