What is the Ribbon used for in Word 2010
In Word 2010, the Ribbon cleverly replaces the drop down menus and toolbars from previous versions of Word. So it allows easy and more visible
access to options which were previously hidden in various menus.
The ribbon is made up of: Tabs, Groups and Commands. When you select a tab you
will see that the ribbon will change to show groups and commands which are relevant to the activity covered by that tab.
Added by Yolande on 16th September 2011
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